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Inside The World of The Department of Curiosities; An Interview/Guest Blog

You can find my latest interview on Phoebe Darqueling’s blog, as part of her world-building showcase. I reveal some information about my third steampunk series, The Wizard of St Giles, which I will be working on after The Department of Curiosities is finished. I also give a few hints on background story shenanigans, and where…

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New Year: 2020 Plans (so far)

Happy new year! The new year has brought mixed feelings down here in Australia. Bushfires are still burning. Friends have been evacuated, here in South Australia, Victoria and NSW. We wait to hear if they have a home to return to. I don’t think there’s anyone in Australia not either affected directly or knows someone…

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Donate to KI and South Australian Fire Victims

Just over 12 hours left to bid. Winning bid is currently $150. I’m auctioning my book, ‘Aunt Enid’ (set in the Adelaide Hills), a book club visit, a character named after you, bookmark and shout out. Winner donates to SERF – State Emergency Relief Fund in South Australia – or the KI Mayoral Relief and Recovery Bushfire…

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Obligatory Year in Review, 2019.

Three things have dominated my world this year: writing, steampunk and health. Writing-wise: May saw the publication of my fifth book, The Department of Curiosities. I started this book back in 2012. The manuscript lay unfinished. (How can one write adventure when mentally drowning?) After finding a glimmer of light, with Aunt Enid in 2018,…

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Supanova Brisbane Video is Live!

See what I got up to in Brisbane last month. This was  my first time in Supanova Brisbance Artist Alley. There’s the usual costumes, artists and, of course, books and authors!

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Tea & Tidings coming soon.

Subscribers will be receiving their newsletter, Tea & Tidings, this week. Don’t miss out on book updates, events, behind the scenes, sneak previews… Sign up for your copy HERE!

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Who Doesn’t like a book for Christmas?

The next online event I’m participating in is on 13-24th December: 12 Days of Christmas Book Buying FB event:  Readers post a wish list of their preferred books. Authors comment on those posts with their books that meet the readers wishes. Although the goal is for each reader that signs up to buy 12 books, all…

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