#MaxBoothFutureSleuth #FilmFlip #BlogTour #BooksOnTourPR #Day1

It’s always a blast when Cameron Macintosh comes over for a visit to the blog! Last time we had the best time exploring old stamps when Max Booth went on a Stamp Safari! Here’s a recap. Now, we have more adventures in store as we return to the future AND the past with the film-tacular, Film Flip! We dug even deeper into Cameron’s life to discover some more hidden secrets he never revealed before, so let’s take a peek. Enjoy the tour! 🙂

Cameron Macintosh was born in Melbourne and has lived there ever since. He studied Psychology and Italian at Melbourne University, and Professional Writing at RMIT. In 2008, Cameron wrote his first book about the Beaconsfield mine disaster. That was the beginning of a new direction – writing for the classroom. Since then, he has written more than 80 books for primary and early secondary students and edited hundreds of others. Some of them have even been part of award-winning series.

In the few minutes per week that he isn’t wrestling with words on the laptop, he loves singing and playing the guitar, and reading music biographies.

Film Flip is the fourth title in his popular Max Booth Future Sleuth series. Previous titles include Tape Escape, Selfie Search and Stamp Safari. Labelled as ‘something fresh and fun’, we’re super excited to delve into more fresh and fun material this week with both Cameron and illustrator, Dave Atze!


Here’s a ‘snapshot’ of some of Cameron’s inspirations, passions and book secrets…

And in case you missed it, here’s the official book trailer by Cameron Macintosh and Big Sky Publishing

To follow Cameron Macintosh and his fantastic work, please find him at the following links…

Website: www.cameronemacintosh.com.au

Facebook: Cameron Macintosh, author

Twitter: CamMaci99

Instagram: cam.e.macintosh

Big Sky Publishing


Cameron Macintosh and Film Flip will be featuring at a number of media sources…

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3 thoughts to “Featured Author: Cameron Macintosh

  • Norah

    Looks like a fun book. Congratulations, Cameron.

    • Just Write For Kids

      It really is! So much fun! Thank you, on behalf of Cameron! 🙂

    • Cameron

      Thanks very much, Norah! And apologies for slowness in replying!


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