Tag Archives: horror

Hell’s Bells, you’ll want to read this!

Hell’s Bells, stories of festive fear penned by members of the Australian Horror Writers Association went live this week.

The Christmas-inspired ghostly anthology of flash fiction contains forty works from emerging and established Aussie authors, and includes my nasty little tale The Carol Singer at the Back. Continue reading

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I Have a Story in ‘Killing it Softly’ The Best by Women in Horror

I was thrilled to have a reprint of my story Coralesque selected for inclusion in ‘Killing it Softly’ The Best by Women in Horror (Volume 1). Released by Digital Fiction Publishing Corp, the anthology contains 31 tales of horror from … Continue reading

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What I Read In 2015

Normally I’m a voracious reader. Normally. But 2015 wasn’t really a normal year. It was a twelve month juggling act –  work, freelance obligations, family commitments, and completing a thesis for my Master’s Degree – which didn’t leave a whole … Continue reading

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Interview with Galactic Chat and Continuum X Download

This week I’m thrilled to be featured on Galactic Chat, a podcast that showcases interviews of Australian speculative fiction authors. Helen Stubbs filed the interview and asked some great questions including why I love horror, how environment and landscape shapes … Continue reading

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Disambiguity: Short Surrealism

This morning I’m blowing a trumpet, loud and proud. It’s not my trumpet to blow, but I have permission to tootle on behalf of my nephew, Conner Forcey. I want to share with you Conner’s effort for an assignment on … Continue reading

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