Thank you to everyone who entered my big book giveaway. The competition is now closed. Congratulations to winner Christine Williams! Your books are on their way.
Illustria was working hard at looking bored while she reclined on the white lounge in the living room she shared with Charles Drexus. Her hotpants were bright pink. The crocheted bikini top was violet. She had discarded her platform heels and sunhat on the orange carpet, hoping to look as though she was returning home... Continue Reading →
I'm thrilled to have a short story in the new AQUARIUS anthology from Aussie Speculative Fiction launching today! Lost on a glacier and close to death, Andrea finds an unexpected ally. A research facility on one of Saturn’s moons holds a disturbing mystery. Fídi longs to escape her aunties’ island, but they sink any ship... Continue Reading →
A heartfelt thanks to everyone who has reviewed my new dystopian novel Letters from the Light. Good reviews are vital for new authors as it gets the word out and gives readers the confidence to try something new. I'm blown away by the GoodReads reviews; Intelligent, complex, entertaining and surprising, this book is one of... Continue Reading →
AGGY WILCOCKS SURFACED, gasping and coughing. The surging flood had taken her by surprise, separating her from her family, pushing her right through town and slamming her against the tin veranda of the transit station. Winded, she sucked desperately for air before diving down into the murky water in a frantic search for Uncle or... Continue Reading →
Excited to finally release my first full length novel Letters from the Light. It's Aussie, it's action packed and it throws a light on the contemporary issues of class, gender and abuse of power. To read the first chapter or purchase an ebook click through to Inspired Quill or Amazon will have it all available... Continue Reading →
Growing up in Australia in the eighties Mad Max was everywhere but most of my science fiction came from offshore. While my neighbours spent long hot Januarys sunbaking or hooning around on Malvern Star bikes, I spent my holidays holed up inside with American chums like Philip K Dick, Asimov and Tepper. British author Peter... Continue Reading →