Here’s where you can find me for the rest of 2018:
Meet me at Stall 76 in The Alley, where I’ll be sitting with other great authors from Authors Emporium
Wild Readings, Mu’ooz Eritrean Restaurant West End
Moreton Bay Region Local Writer Meet and Greet
I’ll be there sharing my books and network with others.
Mastering Plot Structures
Have you ever wanted to learn how to give depth and meaning to your stories by creating plots that will keep your readers turning pages to see what happens next? Come to my masterclass at the Samford Community Library, where I will walk you through the steps needed to create a great plot. I will introduce everyday techniques used by great writers, explore how plots work, and leave you with a collection of tools you can use on your own stories.
I am absolutely thrilled to announce that I will be reviewing science fiction, fantasy, and horror for The Australian Speculative Fiction Review. This is my chance to pay it forward by showcasing some of the amazing talent we have right here in Australia.
I’m looking forward to reading some fantastic Aussie fiction. https://aussiespeculativefiction.com/
So thrilled to see my name in print. My first appearance in a the print media, The Village Pump
The sequel to the Hills of Mare Imbrium is getting closer. Beta readers are giving me their views on Jonah, Yesha, and my brand new character Holly.
Plato Crater extends the story and takes it in twisty new directions. I even have a working blurb:
Jonah never expected to be back in Houston after his brother died. He would rather have stayed on the Moon with the woman he loves than face his father, or his ex-girlfriend and her drug-dealing brother. The faceless Council of Panamerica might send him back, if he agrees to their terms.
Holly just wanted to steal her breakfast. Now she’s cooking for a crowd of hungry marines and trying hard not to be terrified by the lunar mountains outside the window.
Yesha is struggling to be the Empress of the Moon her people want. The people are restless; everyone is talking about the new European base in Plato Crater; and the droids are behaving even stranger than usual.
Three people’s lives intertwine in a sweeping tale of choices that leave them questioning what it even means to be human.
Another advantage of having a paperback available is that you can get listed in the library system
My very first writer’s table, and doesn’t The Hills of Mare Imbrium look good on it?
Many thanks to Gillian Loyd and the Brisbane Writer’s Group Convention for a wonderful morning
Yes! It’s available as a paperback.
I was more than just a little thrilled when this turned up in the mail the other day. There’s something about the implied legitimacy of a real book that you just don’t get from having an ebook published.