Tony Talbot was born in Leicester, UK, in the 1970s (“The decade that fashion forgot”, as he says). He’s survived Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, Deely-Boppers and learning to ride a bicycle at the age of thirty.
Inspired by the novels of Australian author John Marsden, (and a dream his wife told him to write down) he started writing in 2008 and hasn’t stopped since.
He lives in rural Leicestershire, UK, with an American wife he met online and a white cat named Boo.
Contact him here or on Facebook.
Follow @authortony or check out his blogs here and here.