It’s been exactly one month since The Last Day on Earth went live on Amazon. I had a very soft release. I told a handful of people, then after a few weeks and a cover change, announced it to my wider circle. Initial responses have, on the whole, been supportive and positive. As of typing,… Continue reading First Month!
Ah English. Such a varied language. It’s no secret that I’m Australian, and hence write in Australian English, and thanks to living and working in Canada for 3 years, chuck a few Canadianisms in the mix for good measure. I’ve been living here for 3 years and only recently realised that all those times I’ve… Continue reading Lost in Translation
The problem with letting your family read your fiction is that they start trying to guess who all the characters “really are”! Dad, just because the mother in The Last Day on Earth drinks a lot of tea, doesn’t mean that the characters is based on, or even just Mum in disguise. I took the tea… Continue reading When you let your family read your fiction…
Hello February! Amazing how time flies, isn’t it. January was just gobbled up. It will be 2014 before we know it. The release went a bit better than I expected. I’m still torn between shouting it from the rooftops, and hiding in a hole, not telling anyone and wishing I’d published it under a super-secret… Continue reading First Week!