I’m very excited to say that Tenebrae Manor, A Boy Named Art and The Will of the Wisp are now on record at the National Library of Australia. Feeling very proud to have my name within their collection of Australian works.
Halloween is coming up, and like every other year I will be giving away Tenebrae Manor for free in the days leading up to October 31! The difference this year is that my latest novel, The Will of the Wisp, will also be free to download as well. So you can get two free books for Halloween, happy day! The promotion will start on October 27th.
I’d also like to note that I am working hard to get Tenebrae Manor: In the Dark Trees Definitive Edition out in time for Christmas, maybe earlier (a big maybe). But in any account, I can’t wait to share that one with you; it’s turning out great!
More news closer to Halloween.
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Tenebrae Manor – In the Dark Trees Definitive Edition is a revised edition of my debut novel containing illustrations, interviews, poetry, character profiles and more!
Following on from last month, I have had another short story featured in the March edition of Unearthed Fiction. Hit the link below to have a read of Knock Terns along with several short stories from other Australian writers.
Knock Terns is a relatively recent piece of mine that will one day serve as an opening chapter for a novel; we’re a long way off seeing completion for that one though!
Thanks again to The Australia Times for featuring my story.
I would once again like to write a quick thank you to everyone who downloaded Tenebrae Manor for their Kindle. Hopefully you enjoy your free read – please feel free to leave your thoughts in the form of a review / rating on Amazon or Goodreads. For those that missed out, fret not. Tenebrae Manor is still only $2.99 on Amazon. As always there will be more promotions in the future, until then happy reading!
I am very happy to announce that Gull & Leviathan has won the inaugural Lane Cove Literary Award for poetry. Congratulations to the other winners and shortlisters; to be part of this event is something to be proud of. Here’s hoping that it becomes a great annual event for aspiring writers to have their craft critiqued. I was privileged to meet many faces of the literary scene, and have my work shared with other writers and readers. I would like to also mention my short story Tower Of Fog, which made the shortlist for the short story section. Thank you to the judges Simon Kennedy and Jeni Mawter who read and critiqued my work, and also to Waterbrook for sponsoring the prize. It was a great night, and cheers to the success and future endeavours of all the writers involved!
I was nominated by Kaleiyah-P to share a couple of facts about myself. I feel it might be good way of revealing myself beyond just a no-name writer!
So 7 facts:
If you reached this point, thank you. This was an enjoyable diversion from my usual posts.