There is so much to love about this story, and if I may be a bit geeky, the title is one of those things. It's so clever, because while the title as a whole makes sense, each word in the title is also the name of a character. Beth Teller is the first character … Continue reading Book Review – Catching Teller Crow by Ambelimn Kwaymullina and Ezekiel Kwaymullina
This is a bit different to my usual read. I don't usually read memoir, but I've heard Tony talk about his book a couple of times now, and he read a section of his book out at the Little Laneway Festival, in November last year, and I had to read more. The story is … Continue reading Book Review – Just One Word, Just One Smile by Tony Caplice
Welcome to my very belated post about the Tamar Valley Writers Festival! After a busy start to September with the opening of The People's Library, and my reading from 'What the Tides Bring', followed a week later by the writers festival, I fell ill and spent the last two weeks of the month fighting off … Continue reading Tamar Valley Writers Festival 2018 -Schools Program
September is over all ready, and so is The People's Library, which closed it's doors yesterday after a packed month of readings and performances and digesting 113 books by Tasmanian authors. I spent the last two weeks of the month feeling ill and sorry for myself, and almost a week of that unable to talk … Continue reading In the news!
'Undoing Life's Choices' is my first published sci-fi story, published in Chronos: An Anthology of Time Drabbles, available now through Amazon. Chronos is an anthology of drabbles (a story told in exactly one-hundred words) themed around time. Seventy-five talented authors from around the world come together to present ninety-eight stories of time, time travel, time … Continue reading Publication!
Exciting news! If you are in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on the 8 September (next Saturday!) You could come along to the Salamanca Arts Centre and hear a snippet from my novella 'What the Tide Brings', alongside a wonderful tale from Isabel Shapcott's collection of re-woven fairytales, and one of Pearl Maya's short stories, many … Continue reading An Event!
I have two lots of exciting news to share this week. First, I had a 100 word story ‘Undoing Life’s Choices’ accepted for publication in ‘Chronos: An Anthology of Time Drabbles’, which is already available for pre-order here, and will be published on 10 September 2018. I’m especially excited for this because two wonderful writers … Continue reading I’ve been busy…
Hello! And Welcome to the website of Heather Ewings. I'm a Tasmanian author of mostly speculative fiction, a chocoholic, a bookworm and a would-be hermit! My blog posts tend to be sporadic, coming in clumps and then none for months. If it's been a while since I've posted, I'm most likely working on something, … Continue reading Welcome
So last year I had the opportunity to read this amazing book. Below is an adaptation of my Amazon review: "Can you hear the river crying?" Songlines was such an amazing, beautiful story, it gave me goosebumps! And so Australian. I loved the way the author has woven together strands from completely different cultures in such … Continue reading #AWW Review; Songlines by Carolyn Denman
Stars crown the world, she said, but the lights in your eyes, those are stars, too. They make up your crown, he said. I am no queen of anything. Something too few of us know while we are alive, he told her. We are all crowned with glory. Peasants no less than kings. Egg and … Continue reading Review – Egg and Spoon by Gregory Maguire