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Tag Archives: fiction
I’m pleased to report that after a few stops and restarts, I finally took the plunge and finished the first draft of my crime novel. Now the really hard work begins! I’m loving my characters and setting (Queanbeyan and the … Continue reading
“A finished crappy first draft is better than an unfinished draft” I read this in a meme on Facebook today. And so it is that I find myself with a finished first draft of my debut screenplay, Summer Solstice (working … Continue reading
I read over my writing goals for 2016 and I’m pleased to report I’ve made some progress! I am going great guns on getting the first draft done of my first screenplay. I’m just about up to the third act, … Continue reading
Today marks 100 years since Australia lost thousands of its young men on Turkish shores, at the place now known as Anzac Cove. The magnitude of the losses of human life is unimaginable a century later. As a woman, I might … Continue reading
What a lovely bunch of coconuts we are! The Australian speculative fiction scene is so friendly, encouraging and supportive – I had a blast over the weekend catching up with writers and readers I knew and meeting lots of lovely … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to the annual Conflux speculative fiction conference, which is being held at the Novotel hotel in Canberra this weekend, 29-30 Sep 12. Some great local, national and international speakers will entertain writers, readers and fans of speculative … Continue reading
I often hold something in my hand, gaze at it and wonder what I’ll do without it in the apocalypse. What, you too? Then head on over to Romance Writers of the Apocalypse, where they are crowd-sourcing a list: http://www.rwofthea.com/2012/08/what-would-you-miss-most-in-post.html … Continue reading
I am a bit late to the party (where did June go???), but the charity anthology New Sun Rising: Stories for Japan is out now and available for download. In it you will find my story The Brewer’s Son, which … Continue reading
This novella, from Australian author Alan Baxter and published by the Red Penny Papers, takes the reader to one of Australia’s seediest locales for a visceral and discombulating journey through the disintegration of one man’s personal and working life. I … Continue reading