Back in September, my work showed up in a local indie zine called GULP!. They specialise in genre fiction and for issue three, the focus was on crime.
I’m pretty gutted to have missed the deadline for their horror issue (despite packing my laptop and a whole bunch of notebooks, I really didn’t get much writing done on my holiday!) but I’m so excited to share these few hundred words with you all now!
She tugged the handkerchief from the breast pocket of his tweed jacket and wiped the blood off the blade. His initials were embroidered on a corner of the starched white fabric, and she made sure they showed when she tucked the bloodied square back in.
Continue reading “Avebury 3219 (GULP! issue 3, Sept. 2018)”
This interview was originally published by The AU Review on 11/07/17
It’s been a couple of weeks since The Oremere Chronicles finale, War of Mist, was released into the wild, so today I’m flashing back to this interview I did with author Helen Scheuerer a week before the big day!
Continue reading “Interview: Author Helen Scheuerer talks closing out The Oremere Chronicles, lessons learned, and new adventures”
After a terrifying clash with the enemy in the Havennesse mountains, our gang of rebels and Valian warriors have headed back to Queen Eydis’ castle to regroup and plan for the war ahead. But with Bleak’s head still reeling from revelations about her past, and the captive they planned to use as leverage against Ines found murdered, it’s safe to say that things aren’t exactly going to plan.
Meanwhile, in the Janhallow Desert, Swinton and Fi are fighting to keep their royal charges alive, as they flee Ines’ influence in Belbarrow. Their only chance at survival is a village they once destroyed as soldiers of Ellest – is it worth the risk?
Continue reading “Book Review: The Oremere Chronicles draws to a close with Helen Scheuerer’s action packed War of Mist“