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Sanguine (The Sentinels of Eden, Book Two) (available 18 April 2017)

Lainie Gracewood has turned her back on the world she used to call home. But who can blame her? After all, the sweet bliss of paradise is hard to

Mud and Glass (available 5 April)

Life is fairly workaday for Dr Celeste Carlucci, a professor at Krasnia’s finest university, until her best friend and colleague Pace involves

Willow Farrington Bites Back

When Willow Farrington first meets Isaac Silberstein she doesn’t know what to expect. He’s a gnome-like old man who survived a World

Cassandra (NEW)

Is the future set like concrete, or a piece of clay we can mould and change? On a remote farm in Queensland, Cassie Shultz feels useless. Her

Hard Labour (NEW!)

After a medical mishap, Dr Vince Hanrahan crashes professionally and personally, is all but struck off, and the Medical Board kicks him all the

UnEarthly

Life on Mars is in danger of becoming boring. Fame is fleeting so, following the Martian uprising and Jodi’s abduction, a little time has seen

After the Bloodwood Staff

The sedentary and impractical Hoyle meets Sybil Alvaro in a used bookstore, and she invites him to follow in the footsteps of her favourite

Foot Notes

In a tale of sand, songs, survival and untimely erections, it takes a trek along the Australian coastline for Benjamin Allmon to find himself,

The Sky Lines Alliance

The egalitarian nation of Aotearoa may be a safe haven for freedom fighters, but former Sky commander Breta yearns for more. The sudden build-up

Salvage

Excessive mining, human pollution and war have left the earth devastated and all but inhabitable to humans. A Dome built over the city of Sydney

Riven (The Hero Rebellion, Book Two)

Hero Regan is a telepath, the first in a new subspecies of human engineered to save the world, but that was before she blew up a chunk of Cumulus

The Bishop’s Girl

The body had no name. It was not supposed to be there… Jess is a researcher on a quest to give the one-hundred-year-old skeleton,

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Featured Author: Sue Parritt

Your trilogy, which begins with Sannah and the Pilgrim, is quite racially charged. What inspired you to delve into the complicated issues of racism? I was, and remain appalled by past and present governments’ policies on refugees and asylum seekers; in recent years particularly

Cover Reveal: UnEarthly

Life on Mars is in danger of becoming boring. Fame is fleeting so, following the Martian uprising and Jodi’s abduction, a little time has seen life return to relative normality. At least that’s the way it seems on the surface. Jodi battles with the memories of Jules while Astrid

Welcome to New Author: T. R. Thompson

Tom is an Australian speculative fiction author. He lives in Belgrave on the outskirts of Melbourne with his wife and two young sons. When not writing or reading he spends too much time gaming and taking long meandering walks through the forest that always seem to end up at a