The internet is a wonderful place. It's full of all kinds fascinating stories and information and I think it's wonderful, amazing and potentially dangerous. The biggest problems with the internet are its immediacy and its accessibility. In a little while I'll finish writing this post and then press a button. Instantaneous opinion will appear online, … Continue reading THINK
Month: August 2014
Frontier Resistance Is Now Available for Pre-order
Frontier Resistance, the sequel to Frontier Incursion, is now available for pre-order. It's available from Amazon, Kobo, and also Hague Publishing. You can find the direct links here from Hague Publishing's blog. 'The Garsal have landed and Frontier has changed forever. Now Shanna and her friends must master their new gifts that will enable them … Continue reading Frontier Resistance Is Now Available for Pre-order
A response to the “Women Against Feminism” thing currently creating waves all over social media.
I've had this post percolating for a few weeks, but a few things have distracted me from writing it, but finally, here it is. Some weeks ago I began to notice the whole 'Women Against Feminism' thing taking off. As someone happy to be called a feminist at first I thought it was a joke. … Continue reading A response to the “Women Against Feminism” thing currently creating waves all over social media.
Frontier Resistance Cover!
Frontier Resistance will be published on the 3rd of October 2014. The Cover art is once again done by Emma Llewelyn, with titles by Scarlett Rugers.
Release of Frontier Resistance
Hague Publishing's current newsletter has Frontier Resistance slated for release on the third of October 2014! Yay! Scroll down and check out the beautiful cover art by Emma Llewelyn.
We have friends who hail from a variety of countries around the world. More and more I've been struck by the differences in our cultures, despite sharing the same first language - English. Even more, I've been struck by how often we Australians have done incomprehensible things to English language, which must make it almost … Continue reading Cultural Moments