Monthly Archives: July 2016
So today is the Official Vigil in stores day! As you can see by the celebrating Hachetteers to the left.
I went in to visit with the lovely Pulpsters and what should arrive as I
Despatches from KSP – Day 14: How to Commit Critique
Well, this will be my last Despatch from KSP! Tomorrow I head home to Brisneyland and my normal life. I’m looking forward to
Has signed copies of Vigil!
And some unsigned ones for those who prefer the unsullied.
So get ’em while they’re hot, Perthites!
Vigil was released into the wild yesterday! Yay! Less yay was the writer being sick all damned day and unable to celebrate. Wah!
But my beautiful baby is out there.
To all who bought a copy, and to those who have left
Over at the JFB blog I offer advice about pets for writers. I should point out I don’t own any pets. But Sam from JFB did add excellent gifs.
Writers are often solitary creatures, and this isn’t always a good thing.
Despatches from KSP – Day 11: Top Five Tips for Public Readings
Last night I had the pleasure of attending the KSP Literary Dinner and talking to people who are passionate about writing
Master Maxim Jakubowski has selected Vigil as one of his July picks over at LoveReading!
Striking urban fantasy set in Brisbane, featuring the indomitable but ever grumpy Verity Fassbinder, of mixed human and magical ‘weyrd’ stock and with special powers to walk between worlds. She, however,
Gary Kemble’s award-winning short fiction has been published in Australia and overseas. His debut novel Skin Deep was published in 2015 by Echo Publishing. The follow-up, Bad Blood, is out now. When he’s not writing or being