‘Shepherd’ has been shortlisted for the 2020 Colin Roderick Literary Award! This prize, one of Australia’s oldest, is awarded to the best original book of the year dealing with any aspect of Australian life. The winner will be announced in October. For the full list of winners and further details, visit the Colin Roderick Literary […]
‘Shepherd’ had just won the ‘novel’ category of the 2019 Australasian Horror Writers Association Shadows Awards! Big thanks to the judges – it’s nice to know there are other dark-fiction enthusiasts out there … You can read the full list of winners at the AHWA website.
‘Shepherd’ has just been shortlisted for the 2019 Australasian Horror Writers Association Shadows Awards, in the ‘Novel’ category. You can find the full list of shortlisted works at the AHWA website. Not sure when the winner will be announced …
Keeping Good Company
‘Shepherd’ making an appearance on the ‘New Release’ shelves – thanks to Novella Fine Books in Wahroonga, Sydney!
Many thanks to lovely Petra, Alexandra and all the other staff at Dymocks Chatswood for recently hosting my book-signing!
Book Signing Event
I’ll be signing copies of ‘Shepherd‘ (or any of my other books) at Chatswood Dymocks on 12 September between 4 pm and 6 pm. Please drop by, even if it’s just for a chat! I’ll be desperate for company.
A Launch to Remember
Thanks to Text Publishing, Megalong Books in Leura, NSW, and all the wonderful people who came to my FIRST EVER book launch on 6 June. Here I am at the event with my new novel, ‘Shepherd‘, and (from left to right) Jodie Dalglish of Megalong Books, Derryn Heilbuth, who made a fantastic speech, and Mandy […]
21st Century Recognition
Booklist Online, the review website of the American Library Association, has named ‘How to Catch a Bogle’ as one of the 50 Best Middle-Grade Novels of the 21st century! The full list can be found at the Booklist website.
My unpublished manuscript ‘Shepherd’ has just been shortlisted for the 2018 Text Prize for Young Adult and Children’s Writing. The full shortlist can be found at the Text Publishing website.
Theophilus Grey and the Traitor’s Mask has been shortlisted in the children’s category of the Davitt Awards for best crime books written by Australian women. To see the full list of nominees, visit the Sisters in Crime website.