So, I said in my previous post that my novel, Black and Blue, will be released on November 1. Well, it’s now officially available for pre-order. Huzzah! You can find the eBook on Amazon, Apple Books, Kobo, Booktopia, Angus & Robertson, Barnes & Noble, Indigo and more. Choose your preferred eBook retailer to pre-order BlackContinue reading “Pre-order Black and Blue”
We have locked in a release date for Black and Blue: November 1, 2021. All Saints’ Day. The day after Halloween. Neither of which has anything to do with why we landed on that date, but if you want to chow down some trick-or-treat candy while you read my book, I’m wholly supportive of that.Continue reading “The day after Halloween”
I have now received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and I feel awesome. 🙂 I’m also happy to have reached the “feeling awesome” stage, because I wasn’t in the days following my second shot. I got Pfizer, and literally the only side effect I had from the first dose was a sore arm forContinue reading “Not throwin’ away my shot”
My review of Every Brilliant Thing — a funny play about depression, presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company — is now online. Given the current state of the world, it’s also a very topical production… Read my Every Brilliant Thing review at Perth Walkabout.
There are basically two main reasons why I decided to go down the indie route for my debut novel, Black and Blue: My book Me Let me explain. First of all, Black and Blue kind of sits in the wilderness between young adult and adult fiction. Years ago, new adult fiction promised to bridge thatContinue reading “Why I chose indie publishing”