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From Shadows to Pride: The Transformation of LGBT+ Rights in Australia It’s Pride Month around the world (UNYA, n.d.) and while some parts of the world allow people to celebrate who they are freely without fear, it’s

June Update My debut supernatural thriller novella Ethereal Malignance has come back from copy editor and I'm working through those edits, now. I'm also finalising the cover art, too. I hope to have news on that soon.

Reverse Psychology: AI Style I had every intention of releasing the second of my two-part series on the systemic racism entrenched in Australia and the United States today, however I’ve become sick and couldn’t get it finished

When Black Becomes a Death Sentence, Part 1:I Come From a Land Down Under Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following content contains the names and descriptions of people who have died.  

Chronologica Mellogica I wanted to share something a bit different this time. Many of my works deal with different time periods. For instance, my short story Don’t Go Back takes place in both the 1990s and 2020s,

Major New Announcements I have some exciting new announcements to share with you! (Well, I’m excited, anyway!) The independent journal A Thin Slice of Anxiety has picked up my short story Don’t Go Back and will be publishing it on their website this week. The

May Update My debut supernatural thriller novella Ethereal Malignance is almost finished with my copy editor. I also have five things I'm working on at the moment: Ethereal Allurance is a supernatural thriller short story set before my debut novella,

Book Review: Terra Nullius by Claire G. Coleman Today I’ll be reviewing the 2017 book Terra Nullius by Claire G. Coleman. The author, Claire G. Coleman, is an Aboriginal Australian woman. More specifically, she's a Noongar woman

Organised Chaos: My Approach to Writing In last week’s article, I wrote about the fact that when I first had ideas I wanted to turn into books back in 2002, I couldn’t work out how to do

Of Gardeners and Architects: Story Writing Approaches I’ll be 39 years old on the upcoming weekend. Why do I mention this? Specifically, because I promised myself I’d write my first book by the time I was forty.