·A.W.Black·Anthony "Tony" William Black was born in Macclesfield, England in 1980. The son of a builder and a nurse, he was raised in Doncaster. After training to become an electronic engineer he became a computer repair technician.
Tony wrote his first book, "Stormbringer: Legend of the 23rd Century" after watching the world of technology advance around him over the course of thirty years. He enjoys science fiction, super hero lore and comedy.
Tony's next two planned books are "Amber Wasp: Crown Jewels" and "The Allotment Anthology".
"Amber Wasp: Crown Jewels" is the fourth volume in the Legends of the 23
rdCentury series. Following the events of "Stormbringer: Haunted City", Delta Stevens - the Amber Wasp - has been recruited by the Arthropod Squad, a team of villainous "bug" monsters posing as brightly coloured super heroes. Their plan is to infiltrate Area 51 and help the eighth member of their team to escape.
"The Allotment Anthology" is a collection of short stories centering around a community of fruit and vegetables who live in a plot of land owned by "Mr Greenfingers". Walter Melon, Colonel. Corn, Pat Aito and many others are on their way to deal with such issues as "The Global Banana Appeal", "The Uber-Gene" and "The Bunnypocalypse".