Tag: Australian author

  • A weird silver lining in the chronic illness clouds

    Since I started posting charts tracking my chronic fatigue recovery, I know you’ve been desperately waiting for the next update. Every post is like a cliffhanger season finale. There’s been a lot happening lately. And I was doing well. Check out my step count, especially that excellent stretch from mid-January to mid-March. No crashes at […]

  • The latest in my Revenge plot

    If the police ever had a search warrant to seize my computer, I imagine they’d be very excited when they opened it up. How often do suspected criminals have folders all over their desktop labelled REVENGE? But they’d be disappointed when they opened the files and discovered I’m not actually plotting revenge against anyone. At […]

  • 2018: The reading year in review

    One of the few positives of putting most of my life on hiatus due to illness is that I’ve actually had more time for reading. I’ve always loved reading. I used to walk home from school with an open book, looking up only before crossing the street, and even then only if I wasn’t at […]

  • The Unicorn and other stories

    By now I’m sure you’ve read my thriller novella, My Name Is Revenge, and are desperately looking around for more of my fiction writing. You’re in luck! I’ve had a number of short fiction works published this year, including some flash fiction, and most of it you can read online for free from these fine […]