So, you’ve written your first novel. Not a small achievement, no matter who you are. Getting to this point involved sacrifices: time, energy, edible dinners, being on time to appointments, dreamless sleep… the list goes on. Then comes the buzz
I’ve just had the good fortune to spend a long weekend in Australia’s capital city. For those of you unfamiliar with Canberra, it is a well-planned city devoid of nearly all forms of street advertising, which makes it feel, at
Harlequin’s Riddle – Book 1 of the Tales of Tarya Written by Rachel Nightingale Published By Odyssey Books I wasn’t entirely certain what to expect when I opened this book. Which is exactly how I like my books to be.
Hello, shiny happy people! Hello to the rest of you, too, because today is a shiny, happy day. Today I finally get to share with you the sparkly new cover art for Sanguine, the second novel in the Sentinels
These are the songs that gave flavour to the writing process of this story- except for Josh Pyke’s ‘Songlines’ which was released the same week the novel was accepted for publishing. That one was just a lovely little