February News

The biggest news for the month is the publication of 'Stories of Hope' - a bushfire relief anthology published by Deadset Press, which includes my story 'Raven's Sacrifice'. I haven't had a chance to read all 70+ stories yet, but I'm made my way through most of them and there are some amazing tales in … Continue reading February News

January News

January has been a huge month! This month I took part in the January Submission Challenge, organised by UK Author Raymond Daley. The challenge was to submit at least one story every day for the month of January - that's 31 stories! After deciding to take part in Ray's September Submission Challenge at the very … Continue reading January News

2018: What a Year!

2018 was immense! For someone who prefers to be a hermit and hide away at home this year has pushed me miles outside my comfort zone! I've home schooled my children through grades 4 and 6, and started sporadic lessons a lot earlier than planned for my 4 year old who is insistent that she … Continue reading 2018: What a Year!

Publication with a difference – at the Tasmanian Craft Fair

So last year, in that gap while I wasn't blogging, I was still writing, and submitting my writing, and being published, though not in the usual sense. Every year in November, the little town of Deloraine plays host to the world renowned (is it? I'm sure it must be!) Tasmanian Craft Fair. Deloraine I'm sure must be … Continue reading Publication with a difference – at the Tasmanian Craft Fair

JUST RELEASED! ‘Insignia Vol.1: Japanese Fantasy Stories’

I am so excited to announce my latest published story "Kitsune" included in the anthology Insignia Vol. 1" Japanese Fantasy Stories. There are some wonderful stories in this collection, ranging from YA to Adult, Adventure to Literary, there is something here for everyone. Check it out! 😀 Insignia Vol 1: Japanese Fantasy Stories is now … Continue reading JUST RELEASED! ‘Insignia Vol.1: Japanese Fantasy Stories’

A Sustainable Dream is up!

And it's up! For those of you who caught my post last Sunday and want to read more, or if you've only just come across this today and you like stories about self-sufficiency, and overcoming odds to follow your dreams, check out narratorAustralia!http://www.narratoraustralia.com/2013/05/a-sustainable-dream-heather-jensen.html