E.G. Wilson cut her authorial teeth writing Sherlock fanfiction at uni when she should really have been studying. She fell into writing science fiction after being inspired by Star Wars, Firefly, and Tolkien's legendarium and has since won NaNoWriMo every year since 2012. She lives in South Canterbury, New Zealand; she loves mountains, hates broad beans, and never wears matching socks.
Books by E.G. Wilson
Adelaide Te Ngawai was thirteen when Maunga Richards stole her voice.
Addy is plunged into silence when a high school bully inflicts her with an incurable disease that leaves her unable to speak, write, or create. Vox Pox—a man-made malady that’s been terrorizing the city for months. Resilient, Addy fights to survive. To not be silenced. But then her brother, Theo, is infected as well.
Desperate for any information that might help cure Theo, Addy follows Maunga into a newly developed virtual psychoreality simulator and discovers a conspiracy deeper than she’d ever imagined. How far will she go to save her brother?
Adelaide Te Ngawai was twenty-two when Maunga Richards found her prison.
In Expression, discover what happened to Addy after the harrowing ending to Voiceless. Follow Addy’s brother Theo and her former nemesis Maunga as they plunge into an underground reality, not knowing whether they can find Addy—or what they will find if they can. Mind-bending and sensory, Expression assails the unknown without fear or regret.
How far will Theo go to save his sister?
- First Draft to Book Launch: A Timeline of the Voiceless Duology Publishing Journey
- Book Launch: Expression
- The Cycle Of Writing A Book
- Planning Degree Helps Young Writer Find Her Voice
- Voiceless Launch and Where To Buy
- American publishing house picks up Timaru author’s first novel | Interview
- Interview | Voiceless
- Cover Reveal
- Addiction: The Follow-Up
- On Editing: Curiosity and Impatience