Review: The Whitewash by Siang Lu

Siang Lu’s delightfully satire, The Whitewash, is part entertainment essay on the history of Asian cinema and the Hollywood beast, part farce about the spectacular failure of a breakthrough, big budget Asian-led extravaganza, part love letter to Asian cinema and even part (a small part) romance – and the whole package is fabulous, snarky fun. The premise is that we’re […]

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Cover Reveal: Clamour and Mischief, ed. Narrelle M Harris

I’m so pleased to reveal the glorious cover of the upcoming Clan Destine Press anthology, Clamour and Mischief – with 16 fabulous stories about corvids. The cover artwork is by the fabulously talented Andrea L Farley (aka Altocello) with graphic design by Willsin Rowe. The anthology itself is due out in around November, and contains stories by fledgling and emerging […]

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Larking about with Writing

You may have seen me post before about my new(ish) site, Larking Services, which I built to highlight the writing services I provide (including editing, mentoring, workshops and public speaking). If you’re a writer, or you’re interested in the process of writing, you might find some useful tips in those posts. Here are some of the things I’ve been posting […]

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Cover Reveal: Dark Deeds Down Under

Look at this gorgeous cover for this fantastic anthology of Australian and New Zealand crime fiction! The anthology, edited by NZ crime fiction expert and author, Craig Sisterson, features writers who are practically crime fiction royalty across those two nations. A lot of the 19 stories bring new tales of characters we already love – Kerry Greenwood’s Corinna Chapman and […]

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