Do you like a suspenseful horror story set in Australia? This is your chance: send an email to request your eBook copy (state whether kindle or ePub) - limited number available, so get in fast. Clock's ticking. Read the intro here: mybook.to/Diaballein and if you're interested, send that email. If you like the story, a … Continue reading Reviewers for Scary Story?
https://nanowrimo.org/ Did I once promise to do a post every few days, or a few days a week, or did I lie and have no intention of doing that? I don't know. Today there should be a post, if only because it's been a few days since the last one, but it's still NaNo and … Continue reading Still in NaNo …
approx 1600 words, the first scene of a suspenseful thriller about a field agent blinded on her first mission, and her journey toward avenging the death of her training partner in the same event. -- This example may not be exactly the same as the final version, so if you have comments or questions, I'm … Continue reading Glass Eye – Scene 1
It is a follow on to this story ( mybook.to/The_Mad_Horse ): https://read.amazon.com.au/kp/embed?asin=B07KYY9XSN&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_n7GVDb3RQQH4N Or if you don't use Amazon: https://books2read.com/The-Big-Three What is the new story about? A young espionage agent is blinded in a bomb attack, and her memories of the event are dismissed as induced by the trauma. How could anyone believe that the best … Continue reading The New Story
So you may not see much of me here unless I get ahead of the game. The above is a poster available from NaNo. It's a beauty, isn't it? What will I be doing now that it's November and I've stuck the nose into the NaNo world? Rewriting, for the third time, the second spy/espionage … Continue reading It’s November, NaNo awaits …
I got here first - it's mine. You get your own.
#WriterTip Yes, I've never done that before, but time moves in like a high tide and even I have to adapt or get pulled out with the undertow. No, that doesn't make sense. What does? Writers are observers. They do this by keeping the mouth shut and all other senses open. A friend read a … Continue reading Observable by Silence
The guava trees are in full bud. Not yet flowering, except for the one at the very top of the large bush on the high bank. Soon, though, and at the first sign of an open flower, we'll get our annual visitors. Birds, hundreds of birds, mostly Rainbow Lorikeets, but others come, too. Many, many … Continue reading The View from the Kitchen