Monthly Archives: December 2012
Book! In form of cupcake!
Oh, this makes me soooo happy! From my friends, Kelly and Birgitta’s kitchen: a cupcake with a mini The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales cover on top!
My heart is sad only coz I did not get
Out in the wild …
… Midnight and Moonshine as being taken on holiday by talented illustrator Rob O’Connor.
And is that a Kahlua sitting beside it, getting fresh?
In other news, Significant Other and I are just back from 4 days at Springbrook. We stayed at the
Hope you’ve all had a pleasant holiday period of the denomination or non-denomination of your choice. We had a lovely 24hrs bouncing between our families and eating far too much in both locations – we are like the Christmas locusts.
And over here …
… I chat to my friend and fellow writer, Azra Alagic (auttor of Not Like My Mother) about writing, changing career directions, and collaborations without tears.
Today I chat with award winning speculative fiction writer Angela Slatter who has recently launched her new book, a joint production with Lisa
The Belated Otherworld Launch Post
And lo, we did trek to Adelaide, City of Frog Cakes and Haighs Chocolates, and lo, we did launch a book there.
Yes, Midnight and Moonshine had a bottle of champers cracked over it in Adelaide as well as
A Killer Among Demons
Squeee! This is the cover for the new Dark Prints Press anthology, A Killer Among Demons.
My story “Cuckoo” is in this one, and there’s also work by the likes of Alan Baxter and Stephen M. Irwin – among
Yes, I know …
… I owe you a post about the Adelaide launch.
I’ll get to it.
Just writing against a deadline.
As soon as I finish “White Bride, Black Bride, Raven-girl, Hare”, I will supply said post.
When You’re Glued to the Screen
Over at Walkley Magazine, Darren Baguley writes about managing the time-suck that is the Internet. He asked me (among others) some questions – I fear the point of my life is to be an example to others of ‘what can go wrong’.
Journalists are a curious lot, but is all that net surfing changing our brains? Darren Baguley looks at internet