Showing posts from October, 2018

Coffee chat with Chris Heinicke and Kate Reedwood - authors of Legacy Hunter series

Hello everyone. I've been remiss in getting the coffee chats posted. I can only blame myself, since I'm the one who set the release date for Earth Quarantined and I'm the one who has to do all the work. But I'm having a quick break and I invited two authors into my virtual cafe today.  Chris Heinicke is an Australian multi-genre author. His writing career began in 2014 when he did NaNoWriMo and produced a thriller novel title 5PM, which is now a series. He also writes sci-fi on his own and with a co-author K Reedwood. Kate Reedwood is also a multi-genre author. She writes contemporary and sci-fi erotic romance as Felicity Kates, and is the co-author of the Legacy Hunter series with Chris. 

Earth Quarantined cover reveal - sci-fi alien occupation

It's here! Cover reveal day. I'm so excited to share the cover of #EarthQuarantined with you, my latest #scifi alien occupation novel. Out Nov 15. World peace came with rules. We've just broken them. It's The Expanse but played out on Earth. The year is 2355. The deadly virus that killed millions of people is gone, thanks to the quarantine measures put in place by the Criterion, an alien species who appeared just in time to save the human race. In exchange for complying with their tough control measures, the Criterion promised us the technology for interstellar travel. We’ve done all they’ve asked, yet we’re still on Earth with no way of getting into deep space. The Criterion are lying to us. What they don’t know is that we’re lying to them... Kethryn Miller is an award-winning actress, but nothing will prepare her for the role she’ll take on when a strange woman who shouldn’t be alive turns up in the city, threatening to expose the lies that have k

The real reality of writing

I have so many posts planned, posts on the etiquette of requesting reviews from bloggers, Halloween posts, top sci-fi books posts, coffee chats with authors, posts on writing spaces, but the truth is I'm not out of ideas, I'm out of time to write them. It's a great problem to have, really, considering that a few years ago I had no idea what to write about. Even my newsletters, which I used to send 2 or 3 times a year at most, are now being sent out twice a month. And I'm having to cut topics out. There is so much work to be done as an indie author. It's just me who does it all. I'm not complaining, I love doing the writing and editing, I love talking with editors and cover designers, I love booking promos and packing the car for pop culture conventions. But it's a lot of work. A lot. I went to Oz Comic Con on the weekend, and I had a stall in Artist Alley. It was such a fun event, I met a lot of returning fans and I made a lot of new fans. There was