Fiction

Sarah Evans

 

Sarah is an English ex-pat who has been writing short stories and novels since leaving the world of journalism in the late eighties and taking up the ‘good life’ in rural WA to raise a brood and attempt self-sufficiency. 

A crime and romance writer, Sarah also dabbles in spec-fic, fantasy and a touch of horror. The epitome of the muti-tasker she is also a songwriter, book editor and creative writing teacher: 

Alison Goodman

 

Alison is an award-winning and New York Times bestselling author. 

A New Kind of Death is Alison’s first crime novel. It was previously published in the USA under the title Killing the Rabbit and was shortlisted for the prestigious Davitt Award.

Narrelle M Harris

 

Narrelle was born in Newcastle, Australia and proceeded to move every few years until most of her friends thought she was on a Witness Protection program. Her itinerancy included three years abroad, teaching English in Egypt and Poland.

Although now settled in Melbourne, with her husband and her cat, she continues to relieve itchy feet with regular travel.

Walking Shadows, is the long-awaited sequel in her geek vampire series. The Opposite of Life.

Cheryse Durrant

 

Cheryse Durrant grew up on an Australian cattle property where she invented stories about scrub faeries and imaginary superheroes.

She wrote her first prose on her aunt's bedroom wall at the age of five but it did not attract the literary acclaim she deserved.

She has since worked a variety of jobs, from barmaid and dental receptionist to journalist and tutor.

The Blood She Betrayed is the first book in her YA Urban Fantasy Heart Hunter series.

Mary Borsellino

 

Mary lives in Melbourne and has a lot of tattoos.

Her two main genres of fiction writing are erotica and dark Young Adult fantasy/supernatural, and she also occasionally puts her creaky old Media Studies degree to good use and writes pop culture analysis, too.

Thrive - Mary's much anticipated YA speculative fiction adventure is now available. 

And Thrive is one of those YA novels suitable for ALL ages - 15 to 105.

 

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