Monthly Archives: January 2015
Kathleen Jennings has been working her fingers to the bone!
Over at The Place of Marianne De Pierres
There’s a lovely review of The Bitterwood Bible by Joelene Pynonnen!
A group of girls study at a school for assassins, preparing for their wedding nights when they will kill their grooms. A lonely coffin maker finds company with
QWC Writer’s Surgery
This year I’ll be doing Writer’s Surgeries with the Queensland Writers Centre once again.
QWC’s Writer’s Surgery is a member’s only, writing ‘check up’ to help you overcome hurdles and achieve your writing goals. You’ll submit 20 pages of your work (be it a novel,
Midnight and Moonshine: new in eBook form!
At last, it’s here: Midnight and Moonshine is up at Amazon, ready for downloading to your Kindle’ish devices, people!
The gods are dead, but will not be forgotten.
When Mymnir flees the devastation of Ragnarok, she hopes to escape all
Quality Oz Fiction
Ticonderoga Publications, the lovely people who’ve brought you the Australian Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror for the last four years have a special on. All four volumes in paperback for $110.00 OR hardback for $165.00.
Can say fairer than that.
Here’s the link.
Today I am working on …
… this, which will involve Nefertiti, Akhenaten, mummies, zombies and make-up.
WiP: Sobek’s Daughter
A pin stuck into the flesh of the Great
Is it wrong that …
… my business meetings with Kathleen Jennings involve a lot of me squeeeeeeeing at her artwork? From today’s luncheon meeting:
Midnight and Moonshine comp
The bag for the M&M competition on Goodreads has arrived!
Kathleen’s artwork for this book always makes me catch my breath.
Go here to enter.
New to Amazon: Home and Hearth
Now that the limited edition chapbooks of Home and Hearth from the lovely Spectral Press have pretty much sold out, I’ve put it up on Amazon so that more than 125 people can read it! 😛
You can buy