Flash fiction by Cheryl Lawson

I don't normally feature horror fiction on my website but the twists and turns of 2020 have me in an "anything goes" kind of mood! And besides, this star author is also a wonderful scifi writer. Cheryl Lawson's space thriller series - Rubicon - explores a colony on Mars that struggles through pandemics and the... Continue Reading →

Short Fiction: Ruby’s Ride

And occasionally I write fiction that is not scifi. This one is for my mum. ‘It’s just not that easy Jarrod. I know we need the money but shit, isn’t there another way? Can’t you speak with Eddy about extending the loan? You don’t seriously think he’s going to break your legs do you?’ Big... Continue Reading →

Flash fiction by Caroline Noe

Carrie Noe is an amazing new scifi talent out of the UK. I stumbled upon her work on the socials and I am so very glad I did.  Noe has a wonderful way with words. She gives you just enough detail to catapult your mind into far away worlds with treachery around every corner. Her... Continue Reading →

Flashfiction by Eugen Bacon

I first met Eugen in 2019 when we were artists at the Emerging Writers Festival in Melbourne. At the closing night ceremony, with knees shaking, I was privileged to read one of my short stories. My first author reading. Thankfully Eugen came after me as she is no mere reader. Eugen "performed" a dramatic reading... Continue Reading →

Author Reading: Emoto’s Promise

Here I am reading an excerpt from my YASCIFI novella Emoto's Promise. If you haven't read the book, you might enjoy this little preview! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu0u4Uwf-Zc Emoto's Promise Living in a walled city in an endless ocean, the last humans have become dangerously enslaved by a virtual world called the BigDry. Wall manager Macie is an... Continue Reading →

Flash scifi by E. M. Swift-Hook

E. M. Swift-Hook is a talented and prolific scifi / alternative history writer. Just take a look at her 30 works listed on Goodreads over the last few years. Seriously, her keyboard must be smoking when she writes!! She is also a very generous supporter of the indie writing scene providing mentoring and advice to... Continue Reading →

Fiction: The end of Lower Broome

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 →

New Dystopian-scifi book release!

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 →

Meet Aggy, or is it Alpha? – 10 days to book launch!

"Aggy heard a soft wail roll towards her. The sombre wave of grief swelled with a hundred cries. It flowed through her heart and threatened to swamp her soul. It was a communal plea for an end to suffering. The keening of the deprived. It took all Aggy's courage to hold her position and bear... Continue Reading →

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