Following the recent success of the Fyre Festival musical extravaganza, we are pleased to give advance notice of FyreCon 1 in 2018, an exclusive science fiction and fantasy convention! -Luxury accommodation in GRRM’s beard -Famous authors may or may not be present -Welcome packs may or may not include rare signed editions -An opportunity to… Continue reading FyreCon: Putting the “Con” back in “Con”!
All good things must come to an end, they say – and so has my exclusive association with Amazon through their KDP Select programme. So, as of now, my novel CHILDREN OF THE DIFFERENT is available on many different stores in lots of different countries – Australia, USA, UK, Canada, Italy, France, Brazil, Japan and… Continue reading Wider and Wider
It has been far too long since I did a roundup of recent reviews of my novel Children of the Different so today I aim to fix that. Reviews are still coming in and maintain the high level of appreciation that I have been pleased to see so far: Fantasy Book Review says “Left me wanting more… Continue reading Reviews Roundup IV
‘The roots come out of the earth, fighting back against mankind’s concrete prisons. As if the soul of the world were pouring out again.’ These days, a lot is rightly said about the damage done by industrialized human society to the Earth’s environment. Global warming is melting the world’s ice caps; in time, this will… Continue reading Death Drive, Life Drive
Adolescence is rightly considered one of the key periods of human life. The young person has to find out for themselves who they are and what they will become. All this while questioning the values and family they grew up with and re-evaluating their relationship to their peer group, who are going through the same… Continue reading Post-Apocalyptic Walkabout
Australia is a huge country (sixth biggest in the world) with a small population for its size (just over 20 million people). The state I come from and have written about, Western Australia, takes up one third of the country and has a population of 2.5 million, more than half of whom live in and… Continue reading Land of Changes
It had been raining that day and the forest was dark. He could still smell the strong eucalyptus scent rising off the huge karri trees that stood like crying gods dripping tears on the little lost humans far below. The south western corner of Western Australia, where I grew up, is home to some unique… Continue reading Tree Gods Dripping Tears