Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Landing at Port Dalrymple 1804

Yesterday we had a family outing to George Town, about 40 minutes drive from Launceston where I live. We were showing my wife’s grandmother around. Near the river where we parked the car was a chainsaw sculpture by artist Eddie … Continue reading

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Humour Through Characters

I keep hearing that it is important to put humour in your writing. At first I found this puzzling. I don’t write comedy, and I don’t think I’d be very good at it. Don’t get me wrong, I love to … Continue reading

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Email List

I’m starting up an email newsletter. This will be a monthly thing, sort of a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of a fiction writer and aspiring author. I’ll be sharing informally about books I’ve read, movies I’ve seen and games … Continue reading

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Why I Supported Broken Age (Double Fine Adventure)

If you’re at all interested in adventure games then you’ve probably heard of Broken Age. It is a project by Double Fine and was funded by ordinary people like me through Kickstarter. Recently, the team behind Broken Age asked the … Continue reading

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Hobby or Career?

Today I am privileged to be a contributor to the Christian Writers Downunder blog. In my article I share about my journey so far as a writer. I started out as a hobbyist, but to become an author, a writer … Continue reading

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Author Interview and Give-away – Ian Acheson

Today I am privileged to have Christian author Ian Acheson as a guest. I’m interviewing Ian about his debut novel Angelguard, a supernatural thriller currently available worldwide. See below for how you might score a free signed copy. Within a … Continue reading

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