First of all a huge THANK YOU!! to everyone for all your support this month, with the release of my first novella 'What the Tide Brings'. It was very briefly in the Top 100 Best-Selling Australian and Oceanian Literature on Amazon's Kindle store, which was very exciting. If you missed out - the ebook … Continue reading April News
Along the coast she-oaks and salt gums were interspersed with honeysuckle and clumps of blade grass. (a deleted phrase from 'What the Tide Brings' after the location was moved from Australia to Scotland) Great News! What the Tide Brings is available now in both ebook and paperback (signed copies available too!). And up until … Continue reading What the Tide Brings – Available NOW
This week has been hard, and busy with all sorts of things, some of which I'll cover in my I have two announcements today - two anthologies containing my stories were published this week! Black Hare Press's OCEANS anthology is the 9th in their Dark Drabble series, and is full of dark stories revolving … Continue reading Two New Anthologies
Well - what to say about March? You all know the big news that's affecting us all. How are you coping during these times? If you've read my bio, you'll see that I've called myself a would-be hermit, and if I'm completely honest I'm mostly enjoying this time where I can actually be a hermit … Continue reading March News
The People's Library is a collection of 113 works of writing gathered together by A Published Event, otherwise known as Justy Phillips and Margaret Woodward. The covers of each of the books come from Werner's Nomenclature of Colours, and each colour was assigned according to each books submission date. That could've meant any possible colour … Continue reading Cover Reveal
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!