New Book News + Tenebrae Manor – Free Download 5 Day Only

No April fooling here. Just time for another free book promotion for Tenebrae Manor. Beginning 1st April Tenebrae Manor will be free to download for Amazon Kindle users. This promotion will run for 5 days so hit the link below and don’t miss out.

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A while back (probably a year knowing me) I mentioned that I had another novel in the works. This remains truth and I am pleased to say it is inching closer towards completion. ETA? Who knows. I’d love to say Q4 2016 but these things can’t be rushed. If I’m feeling bold I may be sharing the prologue of my new work very shortly.

Halloween – The Aftermath

Well, what a week. I would like to extend my thanks to everyone who participated in my free giveaway of Tenebrae Manor. The amount of books pushed out the door was phenomenal. To give some perspective – I ran a 5 day giveaway back in May; this Halloween giveaway saw twice as many downloads of Tenebrae Manor ON DAY ONE ALONE! Needless to say I am very grateful to get my novel to new readers. I only hope that you enjoy reading it; if you do, let the world know! Post a review on Amazon or Goodreads, tell your friends, or even lend your copy to someone else.

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Amongst the celebrations of Halloween week I was privileged to attend the inaugural Lane Cove Literary Awards, where I had two works receive great accolades. Tower Of Fog made the shortlist in the short story section, while Gull & Leviathan took out the award for poetry. Again I say thank you to the organisers of this new event, and hope this program moves on to greater things next year.

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How was your Halloween? Did you dress up? Did you watch a scary movie? I adore this holiday, if last week was any indication. So allow me to close out the Halloween festivities with my costume for this year; from my favourite video game The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, here I am as the Skull Kid. Happy Halloween! See you next year!

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‘You’ve met with a terrible fate, haven’t you?’