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April Update My debut supernatural thriller novella Ethereal Malignance is still with my copy editor and I expect to have an update on its status sometime in May. I also have five things I'm working on at

Book Review: 36 Streets by T.R. Napper Today I’ll be reviewing the 2022 cyberpunk book 36 Streets by T.R. Napper. DISCLAIMER: In the interest of full disclosure, the author of this book and I are both part

Mini-Update Phoar. I'm pretty shattered because I just wrote this all up, then the browser crashed and I lost it all. This version probably won't be as elegant, but here goes. I'm really sick at the moment

The Capital of Australia is Sydney, Right? No, it’s not. If you have any questions or comments, please join the community and share them! REFERENCES Sunrise English Conversation. (2015, 14 October). Misconceptions About Australia. https://www.sunrises.jp/blog/2015/10/14/misconceptions-about-australia Alright, alright,

March Update My debut supernatural thriller novella Ethereal Malignance has completely finished developmental editing, and is now in the hands of my copy editor. I expect to have an update on this book's progress in May. You

D.P. Vaughan 28 February, 2023 0 Comments

Book Review: Ghost Bird by Lisa Fuller Today I’ll be reviewing the 2019 book Ghost Bird by Lisa Fuller. DISCLAIMER: In the interest of full disclosure, the author of this book and I are both part of

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Don't Go Back By D.P. Vaughan Thirteen‑year‑old James Martin was determined not to die. His mother had watched the Friday six o’clock news, and he’d overheard the harrowing bulletin. The murders. A killer on the loose. He

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February Update My debut novella Ethereal Malignance is nearly finished with my developmental editor, and I have my copy editor lined up ready to take over from there. I also have two short stories that I will

D.P. Vaughan 27 January, 2023 0 Comments

Australia Day, Invasion Day I begin today by acknowledging the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, Traditional Custodians of the land on which I stand today, and pay my respects to their Elders past and present. I extend that