Yes, there will be a Spy School 8

Hi everyone –

I am writing this post because the most common question I get is: ‘Is there going to be a Spy School 8?’  (Or sometimes, ‘Is Spy School 7 going to be the last book in the series?’)

The answer is: YES.

It will come out some time in fall 2020.  I do not know anything more specific than that./

For future reference: I list upcoming titles on the right hand side of EVERY SINGLE PAGE OF THIS WEBSITE.  Somehow, this seems to escape about 50% of the people who visit.  So please, please, please, if you’re interested to know if and when a book is coming out, check that area before writing to me to ask.

I am going to answer a few other very frequent questions I get about this book.

Can you tell me what is going to happen in SS8?


Really?  You can’t just tell me?  I promise not to tell anyone else.

Doesn’t matter.  I’m still not ready to share any information yet.

Why not?

Because the less you know about a book before you read it, the more fun it is to read.  And if I share information a year before the book comes out, you’re just going to have more questions.  In the meantime, there are plenty of other great books out there for you to read.

Can you at least tell me what the title is going to be?

No, but I will post that when I know it.

Are there going to be other books in the series after SS8?


How many books will there be in the series?

I don’t know.

Really?  Because JK Rowling knew there were going to be seven books in Harry Potter before she finished writing it.

Feel free to ask JK Rowling how she knew that the next time you see her.

When do you think you will post an update about SS8?

I don’t know.  Don’t expect anything until at least six months before it comes out.

In the meantime, feel free to enjoy Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation when it comes out on September 17.


24 thoughts on “Yes, there will be a Spy School 8

  1. Stu-
    I didn’t see my comment, so just out of curiosity: Have you given any thought to making an FBI mystery novel or series? (Since See spot run had a little FBI. Great movie too) real excited for SS8 realese.

  2. Stu-
    This question I am writing on behalf of a friend of mine. He would do this, but he doesn’t have an email to put in this fill out box so he’s kind of stuck. Anyway, his question is: Have you given any thought to visiting one of those online public schools? I think what he means is: Have you ever thought about doing an author visit to an online school by Skype or something?

  3. the point is can you tell me if ben will chose Ericka or Zoe. they should have Zoe spy on Erika then figure out that she likes ben to.(if ben can just walk in on her than i bet Zoe can spy.)Then they get in a fight and ben comes to see what happens.then they tell the whole story.then if ben picks Erika you should have warren come and date Zoe. lets say she had liked him all along.that would be totaly crazy.

    ps i have a peer in school named erika pps i am in fith grade ppps i absoluly want you to have Erika date ben it would be cray cray then Zoe and ben gets in a fight.

  4. Stu-

    Given that your main character in Spy School is a math god, were you gifted in math as a kid?

  5. Hey Stu,
    Will you at one point write a complete book where either Ben or Teddy are adults? Compared to Dash who was only an adult in the epilogue.

  6. @Teddy Fitzroy, Yes! I’d love that. I do online homeschool, so I miss out on these kinds of things. Stu, that’s be great if you could.

  7. Hey Stu
    I just finished Spy School British Invasion and I am so excited for the Spy School book to come out. But I wanted to ask, do you have a favorite Spy School series book and if so which one?

  8. Collin –

    I’m not telling anything about Ben/Erica/Zoe. Nor can I take suggestions about what to do in my books.

  9. Zoe –

    I do not have a favorite SS book. I work too hard on all of them to say that I like one more than the others.

  10. if this doesn’t give away too much can you answer my question.Do you plan to have them still be in spy school or be close to graduating (or graduated for older characters)?

  11. Stu

    Thank you so much for responding to me. I was kinda waiting to see if you would respond. It means alot. Now i can tell all my Spy School loving friends that I sort of talked to the author

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