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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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

Throne of Leaves – Chapters 1-6 (preview!)

Throne of Leaves – Book of Never (8) Preview draft, Chapters 1-6 – 31 October 2021 Chapter 1. Never lit his lantern with a spark of crimson-fire then set it upon the nearest shelf, deep orange flickering to red across the walls, their amber luminescence mixing with the blood. When he trailed a hand along the stone and quartz, the […]

Throne of Leaves (Book of Never 8) – Chapter 1

Keen to read the story before everyone else? Then you might be interested in following along via my Patreon – read chapter 1 and see more details below 🙂 Throne of Leaves – Chapter 1

Bone Mask Cycle – No Longer Amazon-Exclusive

An update for November, which means that here in Australia spring has *finally* arrived, something that makes me pretty happy 🙂 So, about the Bone Mask Cycle! I have some news to share: the Bone Mask Cycle is now available at other retailers! (This means it’s no longer able to read via the KU program, […]

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