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Royce is a retired primary school teacher with twenty-two years of experience. He has been widely published in the education market, science field. Since his retirement, he has changed his writing to young adult fantasy novels.
Royce Bond published his first book, Kitchen
Science, with Ashton Scholastic after he won the prestigious National B.H.P. /C.S.I.R.O. Science Teacher’s Award. This book was used in schools throughout Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, and in some schools in South America.
He went on to publish two children’s books; The Case of the Smelly Armpit and other Scientific Mysteries, and Mars Attack, with Random House. These children’s books were translated into Chinese and Korean.
Hodder Headline published his next
book, Spare Body Parts, and seven teacher reference books were published by Scholastic Australia.
During this time, he worked as a part time freelance writer, publishing dozens of articles in magazines and newspapers across the nation, as well as working as a newspaper columnist.
He has dabbled in poetry and written over a dozen children’s short stories and one television script, called The Beetlejuice Pirates.
He began, what he thought at the time, was the first book in a series, The Knights of Katesch: The Summoning, in February 2005 and since has written two more, The
Fall of Maligor, and The Nexus, the final book in this series. Then he wrote The Princess and the Pirate, and decided that that this book should be the first
in the series.
He started another series in 2006, The Lords of Time: Kidnapped and has written the second book in that series, Battleground Earth. He hopes to have this series published in 2013.
He has been a visiting author to numerous schools in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne and is available for author talks about writing or science. He is available for workshops on writing and science.
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