Here are some of the latest reviews of CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT. The response continues to be very good, with an Amazon average rating of above 4/5. Further ratings and reviews can be found on the book’s Goodreads page. “Exciting and fresh, a take on post-apocalyptic narratives that I hadn’t encountered before” – Fantasy… Continue reading Reviews Roundup II
Here’s a list with links of everything that’s happened so far in the CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT blog tour. I am having a great time guest posting and talking with bloggers and podcasters. Thanks to all the sites who have participated. The tour runs until October 5. Check out the blog tour schedule to see what… Continue reading Blog Tour: The First Half
My novel CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT is now available on Amazon in Kindle ebook and audiobook. To publicise the book, tomorrow I will be starting a three-week blog tour on various sites and podcasts. There will be guest posts, interviews, chat and more. Here is where you can find me: September 14 – Geekritique… Continue reading Blog Tour
Here are some further reviews of CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT that have been published since the ebook release two days ago. The response is very encouraging so far: an average rating of 4.3 on Amazon. Read A Fantastical Librarian’s review here Read The Eloquent Page’s review here “Recommended if you’re looking for a fresh and… Continue reading Reviews Roundup
It’s publication day! Yes, my novel CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT is now available on Amazon on Kindle and audiobook. When I announced this project months ago, I said that my goal was to offer a product as good as that of the big publishers. My thanks to the all-pro support team who helped me to… Continue reading It’s Live!
…the Anteater said. As regular followers will know, tomorrow is publication day for my novel CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT, an Australian Young Adult post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure. Visit the Amazon page here. I announced this project back in April, but I have been preparing for publication since January (the actual writing of the novel started way… Continue reading It’s Almost Time…
Originally posted on Dab of Darkness:
Where I Got It: Review copy Narrator: Stephen Briggs Publisher: The Hive (2016) Length: 9 hours 39 minutes Author’s Page This post-apocalyptic tale is set in Western Australia. 19 years ago, the Great Madness killed most of the world’s population. Now when children enter their adolescence, they go into a trance-like state, entering…