The Belch Park Field Trip is going on a blog tour with Rachel's Random Resources. If you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

The Belch Park Field Trip by Andrew Mackay

Genre: Satire, crazy chaotic juvenile humour. - coming-of-age adventure for YA and possibly a bit younger

Recommended age range: 12+

Blog Tour Dates: 14th - 20th March 2018

Publication Date: March 2018

Standalone, but also the third book in the Chrome Junction Academy Series

Estimated Page Count - 236

Formats Available - Epub, Mobi and PDF

Type of Post Available - Review, Guest Post, Q&A, Audio / Video Interviews

Trigger Warnings: Imitative behaviour, peril, injury (possibly death and almost certainly ironic and gruesome), drug use, heavy sexual innuendo, – all perpetrated by children. Though of course done in an extremely silly, absurd and farcical way.

Purchase from Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079ZWPPJM/

It’s a jungle in there!

Henry Williams has never been a leader.
Or stood up to the bullies.
Or kissed the girl of his dreams.

In fact, he’s never stood out from the crowd at high school.

Mind you, he’s only twelve years-old.
And a foot shorter than his classmates.

All that will change today, though.

The school inspectors are coming in, and the principal has sent Chrome Junction Academy’s cream of the cr@p to a place far, far away from the school.

That’s right! The kids are going to... Belch Park!.

Roller coasters, mega-drop towers, Ferris wheels, bumper cars… and a whole lot of opportunity to cause damage awaits.

But wait! Our Lady of Sacrifice, the notoriously tough Catholic London school, is at the park, too! 

Now it’s war!

Limbs will break.
Dares will result in irreparable damage.
The innocent will get caught in the crossfire.

Henry’s destiny awaits.

He must to step up and ensure his class have a great day out and fend off the bigger boys.

Can everyone survive the day and get out of the park in one piece?

Join Chrome Junction Academy gang on a field trip you’ll never remember…
… probably because they drugged you and stole your phone and wallet.

About Andrew Mackay

Some authors are afraid to cross the line.

Me? Oh, I'm glad you asked! I make "the line" my starting point...

My brand is satire.

I hop between genres like madman on crack because my razor-sharp literary knife is hungry for political and social commentary. One genre just can't cut it (if you'll forgive the pun.) I'm obsessed, I tell you!

I write straight-up humor and farce, horror, crime, romance... all under the banner of satire.

My novels often contain a ruthless commentary on society, delving into the darker machinations of modern life. They can be uproarious, funny, outrageous and shocking. Make no mistake, though. They are this way for a reason, and always come equipped with a sense of humanity and wit.

My influences include John Cleese, Tom Sharpe, Kurt Vonnegut, James Patterson, Hunter S Thompson, Douglas Adams, Imogen Edwards-Jones, Michael Frayn, Chris Morris, Jerry Sadowitz, Christopher Hitchins, Bill Maher, George Carlin, Jordan Peterson, Pat Condell, and writer/director Larry Cohen.

My obsessions include (and are essentially limited to) obscene amounts of: smoking, drugs, alcohol, caffeine, sex, debating, daydreaming and writing about himself in the third person.

Follow Andrew Mackay

Website - chromevalleybooks.com

  • Chrome Valley Books Facebook
  • Andrew Mackay Twitter

Blog Tour Schedule

Maximum 3 stops per day.  Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

14th March

  1. Whispering Stories - Guest Post

  2. DS&JM Reviews

  3. Seansbookreviews - Q&A

15th March

  1.  Wise Words Book Blogger - Guest Post

  2. Beyond The Veil - Review

  3. Twirling Book Princess - Guest Post

16th March

  1. Rae Reads - Q&A

  2. Rachel Dove - Review

17th March

  1. Love Books Group - Q&A

  2. I Heart Reading - Q&A

18th March

  1. Donna's Book Blog - Q&A

  2. My Lavender Tinted World - Review

  3. Living a Hundred Lives - Review

19th March

  1. Dash Fan's Book Reviews - Review

  2. Toonopolis - Review

20th March

  1. Betwixt the Pages

  2. The Quiet Knitter - Guest Post

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