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Upper Hutt Crime Thriller Author launches 10th book

Upper Hutt Crime Thriller Author, Cat Connor, launches her 10th book.

Qubyte: FBI Special Agent Ellie Iverson digs into the truth behind a horse riding accident involving the Director of the FBI which leads to outlaw motorcycle clubs, illegal drugs, and a lethal viral threat.

The release of the 10th Byte Series novel also marks the 10th year of Cat’s publishing journey.

It began in 2009 when she signed with Rebel ePublishers in South Africa. Her first published novel Killerbyte started the series rolling with its release on April 10th 2009.

The last six months saw major changes with the closing of her publisher and an opportunity to take control of her own work. She’s now part of a collaboration of ex-Rebel authors who are publishing under 9mm Press (for continuity Cat continues to work with the same editor, Jayne Southern).

Qubyte is entered in this years Ngaio Marsh Awards for Best Crime Novel.

Cat can be found in Writer Plot Bookshop most weekday mornings where she is writer in residence. She is also co-founder of Writers Plot Bookshop and hosts two writing groups there a month.

Upper Hutt Central Library is hosting the Qubyte launch on March 22nd at 6:30PM at Upper Hutt Library, Fergusson Drive.

This will be the first event in the newly reopened library. It is a public event.




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