Cover Reveal: The Tides Between

In 1841, fifteen-year-old Bridie Stewart and her family leave their grim, hand-to-mouth existence in Covent Garden and travel to a prosperous new life in Port Phillip. Bridie’s mother and stepfather expect Bridie to grow up during the long months at sea, forget her dead father,

Cover Reveal: The Pale

The Outside can be a dangerous place. But so can the inside. It’s been years since the original cataclysm, but life has been structured, peaceful, and most of all uneventful in the Pale. The humachine citizens welcome the order provided by their ruler, the baleful

Cover Reveal: The Blood Within The Stone

A shadow is spreading across the land. Fear will be your downfall.  When the Prefects of Redmondis discover that their quick minds and quicker fingers hide secret potential, young thieves Wilt and Higgs find themselves unwilling recruits. Wilt’s ability to sink into others’

Welcome to New Author: Shelley Nolan

  Shelley Russell Nolan is an avid reader who began writing her own stories at sixteen. Her first completed manuscript featured brain-eating aliens and a butt-kicking teenage heroine. Since then she has spent her time creating fantasy worlds where death is only the beginning
Harlequin's Riddle cover

Cover Reveal: Harlequin’s Riddle

The Gazini Players are proud to present For your Edification and Enjoyment Tales of great Joy, and of great Woe Ten years ago, Mina’s beloved older brother disappeared with a troupe of travelling players, and was never heard from again. On the eve of Mina’s own departure with a

Cover Reveal: The Rain Never Came

In a thirsty, drought-stricken Australia, the country is well and truly sunburnt. As the Eastern states are evacuated to more appealing climates, a stubborn few resist the forced removal. They hide out in small country towns – where no one would ever bother looking. Bill Cook

Featured Author: Daniel Marchildon

  Daniel Marchildon is a French-speaking Canadian author born and raised in Penetanguishene, (Ontario, Canada) a small community 160 km north of Toronto. In his thirty years as a freelance writer, he has published thirteen novels in French, as well as short stories and

Award nominations go to…

  Odyssey Books is proud to announce the following titles have been nominated for awards this month: Felicity Banks, Heart of Brass, James Tiptree, Jr. Award — An award encouraging the exploration & expansion of gender Kathryn Gossow, Cassandra, Griffith University

Featured Author: Vacen Taylor

  Vacen Taylor is an author, writer, storyteller, occasional artist and amateur photographer. She describes her writing as a basic prose style with the occasional splash of creative penning. She collects comics and loves superheroes, anime and science. Her first novel

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