It's been a little while since I posted about anything on here, and that's a shame. What can I say, though? It's been a busy few months. Nevertheless, we're here now, and we're celebrating the fact that my debut novella, Sole Survivor is out in the world. I've mentioned before that I've been pretty excited … Continue reading Sole Survivor is out in the world!
Those who know me may be aware that I spent several years as the creative director of Rebel FM, one of Australia' biggest independent radio stations. Today, I was asked to appear on the station by afternoon presenter, Davo. The order of business? Simple, the Short Sharp Shocks! release, The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood … Continue reading Rebel FM Interview
The third release I have coming out in the next couple of months is 700 word flash piece for Things in the Well's annual Trickster's Treats charity anthology. This time, proceeds go to Charity: Water, who bring safe drinking water to developing countries. With only 700 words to use, this one's hard to say too … Continue reading Trickster’s Treats: 7 Deadly Sins – a Halloween charity anthology
This is the one I'm really excited about right now. My very first solo release. Demain Publishing's Short Sharp Shocks books are right up there when it comes to high quality releases at the moment. Dropping at a steady rate and featuring authors like Calvin Demmer, Kev Harrison and Mike Thorn - whose addition to the series … Continue reading Short Sharp Shocks: The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory
After a bit of a quiet period, it's shaping up to be an exciting couple of months here. Not only has my story There is Only a Hole Here Now just dropped as part of the Elements of Horror: Earth anthology, but there are two more releases on the imminent horizon. More about those later, though. … Continue reading New Release! The Elements of Horror: Earth anthology
My debut slice of published fiction, Blood Memory, should become available this month. When a feature writer is sent to the outback to write a colour piece on some of the myths and legends of an Indigenous community, he is confronted by far more than he ever expected. Instead of a pleasant walk in the … Continue reading Blood Memory