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All That’s Left Unsaid–Book Trailer Launch!

Super excited to share this book trailer with you! Gab from Trailermade Productions and I have been working on this for a while and I couldn’t be happier. What do you think? Does it excite you?

Review: The Girl in the Ice

The last investigation Erika led went badly wrong… With her career hanging by a thread, can Erika face her personal demons to catch a serial killer before he strikes again?

Review: Out of the Ice by Ann Turner

Chilling and atmospheric. In this freezing, lonely landscape there are ghosts everywhere, and Laura begins to sense that her own eyes cannot be trusted. Is her mind playing tricks? Has she been in the ice too long?

Review: Silent Scream by Angela Marsons

To catch the killer, can D. I. Kim Stone confront the demons of her own past before it’s too late?

Review: That Darkness by Lisa Black

Take one vigilanti cop, add a criminalist who won’t let go and you get a crime novel with an interesting moral dilemma at its heart.

Creating Villains with Sandy Curtis

Best known for her gripping romantic suspense novels, Sandy Curtis is a woman of many talents. Now she has turned her talents to the witty and relateable “Murder, Mayhem and Men on Pause”.
Here she shares her wisdom about creating villains who can really challenge your protagonist–and your reader.

Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016

Why have I been reading so books written by women?

The Other Side of the Season by Jenn J McLeod

In The Other Side of the Season by Jenn J McLeod family secrets are exposed, but will discovery bring about devastation or a happy ending?

How to Stop Aging: guest post by Jenn J McLeod

Jenn J McLeod has become something of a regular on my interview list and chatting with Jenn is always filled with wisdom and humour–just like her books. I’ve read them all and was thrilled to get my hands on an advance copy of her latest gem The Other Side of the Season.

The novel slips between the present day, in which we follow Sidney and her search for her lost grandparents (plenty of mystery there, too), and the late 1970s when … Well, I’ll let Jenn tell you all about that.