Iulka author Mark Time launches books in Joondalup


Going Commando – was a top 10 non-fiction book in the UK.
Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au   d455545
Going Commando – was a top 10 non-fiction book in the UK. Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au d455545

ILUKA author Mark Time will officially launch books two and three of his Bootneck Threesome series in Australia at a meet and greet at Dymocks Joondalup this Saturday.

Time, a former Royal Marines Commando, said he was looking forward to giving his trilogy more exposure in Australia, particularly after the first book in the series – Going Commando – was a top 10 non-fiction book in the UK.

“I’ll also be discussing my life that continues to be one long adventure,” he said.

“As a writer, I focus on painting the world with colour; a recent Daily Telegraph article on my mental health issues went viral due to its inspirational nature and all my work uses humour as the vehicle to write on even the darkest subjects.

“Having a successful military and corporate career, I have broken down boundaries associated with mental health and my writing now moves from military memoirs to my passion of travelling.”

Time is also ghost writing a number of projects and is working on an anthology of travel tales before he starts a trip around Australia.

“This will become the first of my Travels With Uncle Brian series,” he said.

“Uncle Brian is the name I give to the situation when darkness takes over, in similar fashion to Churchill’s ‘Black Dog’.”

Time’s Bootneck Threesome features Going Commando, Going All The Way and Going Around The Bend.

He will be at Dymocks Joondalup from 11am to 1.30pm.