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Book Launch and Other Events: October 2015

 

Pan Macmillan’s Australian edition of Tower of Thorns will be officially released on October 3. I have a couple of public appearances coming up to mark the occasion. The US edition, a lovely hardback, comes out from Roc on November 3.

Saturday October 3:
Book Launch at Stefen’s Books in Shafto Lane, Perth CBD starting at 11am. I will do a reading, answer questions and sign books. From around 12.30 anyone […]

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September 19th, 2015|

Tower of Thorns audiobook news

We’re getting close to the release date for Tower of Thorns (Blackthorn & Grim book 2) and I’m excited to share the news that the audiobook edition from audible.com is now in production!

Like Dreamer’s Pool, Tower of Thorns has three characters who share the narration chapter by chapter. For the audiobook edition we have, again, Natalie Gold reading Blackthorn’s chapters and Nick Sullivan reading Grim’s chapters – in this book […]

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September 19th, 2015|

Author Interview: Prue Batten and ‘Tobias’

I was delighted when Tasmanian author Prue Batten agreed to an interview to coincide with the release of her new historical novel, Tobias. Prue was formerly a journalist and now describes herself on her website as ‘a cross genre writer who is also a farmer, dog owner, gardener and embroiderer.’ Prue also enjoys cooking – no surprise, really, since both gardening and cookery involve the same alchemy as writing fiction […]

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September 3rd, 2015|

Book of the Month: Hear Me Roar

September’s book is Hear Me Roar, edited by Liz Grzyb and published by Ticonderoga. The subtitle is 17 Stories of Real Women and Unreal Worlds. As the editor says in her introduction, the anthology features ‘the stories of women who, every day, need to be strong and brave in many different ways that aren’t always recognised as such.’

I love the fact that these stories are not all about warrior women, […]

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September 2nd, 2015|
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