July 2018 Update
‘Once a Dog’ has been recommended for a 2018 Ursa Major Award in the Anthropomorphic Novel category. I’m pleased to see that Lew Viergacht, cover artist, has also been recommended in the Anthropomorphic Published Illustration category.
Now it’s all up to the nominations!
“We hear new Laws are soon to be enacted in Dog Haven…”
Jesse B. Collie lives a simple life, but a good one. His uprights feed him and look after him, there is plenty of time to play with his brother and Oldmister Overlord, and soon, he’ll be old enough to go running free in the fields just like Mother. What more could a young packer like Jesse want in life?
But a new law is about to be enacted in Dog Haven… a law that involves Jesse in ways he could never have expected.
SUPANOVA BRISBANE 2017 – DONE AND DUSTED!
Many thanks to everyone who stopped by my table at Supanova Brisbane 2017. It was a great three days and here’s hoping we meet up again after my new work, ‘Once a Dog’, is released by Jaffa Books in 2018. ‘Til then ….
The 2017 give-away is now ended and congratulations to the winners. I hope you enjoy the read!!!
THE SAFE HARBOUR CHRONICLE BOOK 2
Andrew Harvey, principal of Hague Publishing, and I are pleased to bring you the second installment in the continuing story of The Safe Harbour Chronicle.
… some secrets just can’t be contained …
My heart-felt thanks to those readers who have already started down this journey with me; I have sincerely appreciated your generous feedback and hope that you will find ‘Faithless’ equally entertaining and thought-provoking. ‘Faithless’ is available in both print and digital format from Hague Publishing and most online bookstores.
THE SAFE HARBOUR CHRONICLE BOOK 1
The first installment in The Safe Harbour Chronicle, is available in both print and digital format from Hague Publishing and most online bookstores.
A protracted volcanic winter has devastated Earth and left only isolated pockets of survivors. With food becoming scarcer and the air growing toxic, Rab sees just one chance for survival: a perilous journey north in search of a fabled city that was rumoured to be one of the many staging areas where ships were launched, ferrying vast numbers of the people of Earth to a salvation planet.
But Rab didn’t count on being forced to take along the last three children from his dying village. When one of the children breaks his leg, they are rescued by the hostile and sceptical Sunny, and taken by her to an underground refuge where she, her grandfather, and other refugees survive in comparative luxury. But it is a luxury teetering on the edge of collapse, and when Sunny’s grandfather begs to join Rab’s party, Sunny, to Rab’s dismay, insists on coming with them.
Leaving two of his party behind Rab heads north again. With him is Gift, the young girl from Rab’s village, Sunny’s grandfather and Kix, the old man’s ancient horse, the last of its kind. Leading the way is Sunny, antagonistic and prickly. Years ago, Sunny had been the lone survivor of a similar quest.
The reason behind the failure of that quest is something Sunny has never revealed, not even to her grandfather. And Rab is now to discover why.
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