Bowl the Maidens Over available to order

Available to order now Bowl the Maidens Over: Our First Women Cricketers is a 100-page illustrated hardback book. It takes you back to the first games of women’s cricket in Australia, and it’s now available for pre-order. You can purchase a copy directly from my shop at a special pre-order price of $22.95 plus postage. The official […]

Trickster’s Treats shortlisted for a Shadows Award

2020 Shadows Awards finalists I was absolutely stoked on Tuesday to discover that Trickster’s Treats: Coming, Buried or Not!  is one of the titles in the list of finalists in the Australasian Horror Writers Association Shadows Awards edited works category. Trickster’s Treats: Coming, Buried or Not! was edited by myself and Geneve Flynn and published […]

Stories at the End of the Line

Writing on the Wall! On Friday, the Frankston Arts Centre launched its community anthology Stories at the End of the Line. After the speeches, lo and behold, I found my writing on the wall! The Stories at the End of the Line anthology came into being last year as a community engagement project when the […]

Bowl the Maidens Over set for June release

Bowl the Maidens Over is COMING SOON! Review copies are making their ways to reviewers as I finalise formatting on the print copies. Woot! Exciting times! However, behind the scenes as I make my lists, set my presale and release dates and work out all the logistical stuff about releasing a book into the world, […]

April Flash Fiction challenge – Writers Victoria

Every April Fool’s Day just before 8 a.m., there’s a bunch of us in and out of the Twitterverse waiting for that keyword from Writers Victoria – the one that kicks off the #WVFlashFic21 30-word challenge. The #WVFlashFic challenge runs all month and comprises of 30-words over 30 days, with a new one released at […]

Cover reveal!

It is with great pleasure that I reveal the cover of my book, Bowl the Maidens Over – Our First Women Cricketers. It is the story of the first games of women’s cricket played in front of a crowd in Australia in 1874 and 1875. The early games have not been documented anywhere in detail […]

Author Spotlight – Mike Sheedy

Mike Sheedy lives under the X in Texas and writes fiction. His short stories have appeared in various magazines over the years, and he’s self-published some projects that are available online. You can check out his work at MikeSheedy.com. Mike’s story “A Streetcar named Lugosi” appears in Trickster’s Treats 4: Coming, Buried or Not! , […]

Author Spotlight – Kellie Nissen

Hi Kellie, thank you for joining us. Can you tell us about who you are and also about your writing: for example, what genres and themes do you write in and about, and is there anything that has influenced your choices?I’m a committed Canberran—grew up here, as did my parents and two of my grandparents. […]

Author Spotlight – Amanda Crum

Amanda, thank you for joining us. Can you tell us about who you are and also about your writing: for example, what genres and themes do you write in and about, and is there anything that has influenced your choices?I’m from a small town in Kentucky, U.S. and write mostly horror and speculative fiction/poetry. I’ve […]

Author Spotlight – Chris Mason

Chris, thank you for joining us. Can you tell us about who you are and also about your writing: for example, what genres and themes do you write in and about, and is there anything that has influenced your choices?I’m Chris Mason and live in Adelaide, South Australia. I predominantly write horror but sometimes include […]