I absolutely loved Amy A Bartol’s Kricket series, so when I learned she had a new series out, I didn’t hesitate in snapping up the audiobook. And I wasn’t at all disappointed. It took me a couple of months to get through it—not because I found it boring, but because it was so addictive that… Continue reading Book Review – Secondborn
For the past six months the Out of the Shadows ebook has been sold exclusively through Amazon, but that's now changed! You can now buy Out of the Shadows from a variety of online retailers including Apple ibooks, Barnes and Noble Nook, Kobo--just to name a few. You can also borrow the ebook from programs such as… Continue reading Out of the Shadows is no longer exclusive to Amazon
Okay, first of all I need to apologise for the ridiculously long absence since my last post--it's been pretty crazy 'round here with my deadline for book two of the Shadowlands series fast approaching. I haven't really had a chance to read all that much, let alone write reviews! I don’t read a whole heap of… Continue reading Book Review: Right Text, Wrong Number
Here is another short excerpt from my draft of the second book in the Shadowlands series, Into the Dark. It is an exchange between Mira and Julian, told from Amira's POV, taken from the early chapters of the book. A warning once again that it is a draft and therefore far from perfect! As Mira sat at… Continue reading Into the Dark – Sneak Peek at my WIP
As long as there have been heroes there have been villains for them to fight against, and if you ask me there are a few villains out there who are just so epically villainous they ae capable of stealing the spotlight from the heroes. Here are my Top Ten Villains of YA: Warning: there are… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesdays: YA Villains
Out of the Shadows is currently available for only 99c on kindle! From the streets of Melbourne to the bowels of Westminster, the delicate balance between life and death that is so painstakingly maintained by the reapers of The Order of Dark and Light is being tested by the return of an ancient threat. Tensions… Continue reading 99c Book Sale!
As the banner above states, I am a history geek—a really, really, big history geek. And while I hesitate to say World War II is my ‘favourite’ historical period (that just seems far too cheerful a word for a time shrouded in so many horrors), it is probably the historical period I find the most… Continue reading Book Review – The Diplomat’s Daughter