Hey there, web surfers (remember when that was a thing? What a bunch of dorks we all were. Or maybe just me.) If you haven’t noticed, World Mental Health Day has been a thing this week. I don’t know exactly what day it is/was because I am on holidays and I don’t know what day it is in general. But it’s sometime around now. Anyway, bumbling aside, I did an interview with the Centre for Public Christianity about my mental health thing, my past life as an awkward teenager, the… Read more Heavy Mental →
It’s that time of the year folks: time to wrangle some crepe paper, sticky tape and random things you put at the back of the cupboard thinking ‘I’ll use that… Read more Your Book Week Costume Sorted →
Here’s some thrilling news for your Wednesday: (Okay, probably more thrilling for me than you. Still.) If you couldn’t tell from the title of this blog, One Would Think the Deep is to be published in the UK by Ransom Publishing in August. August! That’s really soon in the publishing world and I know the people at Ransom have been staying up and working through the night for weeks to ensure its speedy delivery to UK readers. (This may be an exaggeration. I don’t know. I just imagine them working all night… Read more ‘One Would Think the Deep’ to be published in the UK! →
I’m absolutely thrilled that One Would Think the Deep has been included in the 2017 White Ravens catalogue. As explained in the catalogue: The White Ravens catalogue is the most important annual… Read more 2017 White Ravens →
Hello internet. It’s day three of the school holidays and I am all out of ideas to occupy the small people. They are both still alive and nothing (including my spirit) has been broken, though. So let’s count that as a success thus far. And* hey, Twitter just delivered some happy news! The Protected has been shortlisted for the WA Premier’s Book Awards. This book continues to prove itself to be the little book that could. I nearly threw this manuscript in the bin and gave up on writing altogether multiple… Read more What lovely news for a Wednesday →
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