My Books

The Bone Mask Trilogy

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The Book of Never

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The Fairy Wren

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A Whisper of Leaves

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Crossings

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Somus and The March Hare

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Coming Soon

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My Reviews

  • Crossings

    What makes the story a real page-turner from the very start is the mystery of the strange occurrence of animal corpses appearing without any explanation — many of them at Lisa’s house. The suspense is the kind that keeps you from doing things you’re supposed to be doing, as you just want to find out what the hell is going on — and that’s when you know you’re reading a good story.

    Crossings

    Aderyn on Amazon
  • The City of Masks

    A thoroughly enjoyable book, the kind that grabs your attention from page one and never lets go: the author has a great sense of pacing and rhythm, and … cunning switches in point of view between the main three characters.

    The City of Masks

    Maddalena Tarallo on Amazon
  • The Fairy Wren

    This is one of the few recent books I have that I consider truly excellent. It’s poetic and wistful and drives you forward without losing its heart. Seriously, I loved this book.

    The Fairy Wren

    HLGStrider on Amazon

What’s New

SFF – 99c Promo (7-8 April 2018)

Here’s another of Patty Jansen’s ace promos – and this time I’ve placed Book of Never 4-5 on sale for 99c over the weekend – check it out here or via the image below:   There’s an urban fantasy book that caught my eye, Beyond the Forest by Kay L Ling and a heap of […]

Kickstarter Update + Blurb

Rejoin Never as he searches for his father’s legacy and the sister he hadn’t known existed. In The Phoenix of Kiymako Never must navigate a secretive new culture ruled by warrior monks. Distrusted and hunted for his blood, he must forge new alliances while following the dark trail his father has left. If Never can […]

B2BCycon Blog Tour – Why I Write Fantasy 🙂

Hi folks! As part of the Cybercon blog tour I wanted to do a quick post on why I dig writing fantasy fiction and I think starting off with just a few words might work – immersion, joy and imagination 🙂 Firstly, because as a reader I like being immersed in a story with a […]

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