Monthly Archives: June 2016

Top Ten Tuesday!

jfbCoz it’s still Tuesday in the UK!

Over at the JFB blog I give my Top Ten Tip for Curing Writer’s Block.

Because I am full of opinions and bright (and sometimes not so bright) ideas.

Chatting about Vigil

vigil1And here’s the link to the interview I did with Sarah Howells at ABC Radio National yesterday about Vigil.


Colouring Outside the Lines: Fran Wilde

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Photo Credit Dan Magus

Fran Wilde’s work includes the Andre Norton-, and Compton Crook Award-winning, and Nebula-nominated novel Updraft and its sequel Cloudbound, publishing from Tor in September 2016. Her short stories appear in Asimov’s,
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The Doctor in the TARDIS


So darned happy. I literally got to be the Doctor in the TARDIS this afternoon.

Pre-recording a segment at ABC Radio National Perth for ABC Radio National Brisbane! I’ll be talking about Vigil and general writerly things this eve on Evenings
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Despatches from KSP: Day One

Welcome basket from KSP. Contains chocolate!

Welcome basket from KSP. Contains chocolate!

Travel is the great discombobulator.

We are taken out of our normal environment, sundered from our daily routines. Our habits, we find, are no longer easy. This can make
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South Perth Library

Angela3So, if you’re in Perth and can’t get out to any of the things I’m doing at KSP, I’ll also be at the South Perth Library for a Words with Wine event.

Fairy stories are part of
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Alex Caine Lives Again: Alan Baxter

alan-by-nicole-web-cropYes! The Alex Caine series is so good and kickass that it got a second release! Bound, Obsidian, and Abduction are all now in paperback format as well as ebookery.

Alan Baxter is a British-Australian author who writes dark
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And this!


Author copies have landed!

*high-pitched squeals*


Over in the Hachette Australia Office …

Angela3shiny shenanigans are afoot!

The really real Vigil is in da house!

I may well have been doing some next level flailing on the bus as I watched that.