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‘Ice-pick-sharp, packed with intrigue, action and spine-chilling suspense. Devour will keep you gripped from the very first page’ Kathryn Fox

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Blog tour for Prey – giveaways and reviews

April 18, 2020

I’ve very excited to introduce to you the wonderful bloggers who are writing reviews and doing giveaways for Prey throughout the month of April 2020. Watch out for their activity on their blogs and on social media. These fabulous bloggers are:

Lauren Keegan

Carpe Librum

Debbish dotcom

Book’d Out

Book Reviews For U

Book Lover Book Reviews

Prey is available in paperback and ebook from Clan Destine Press (Australian publisher), Amazon Australia, and other online bookstores around the world through the UK publisher, Bloodhound Books, which includes Amazon UK

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The Narratives Library offers help to Australian authors with new books to publicize

March 23, 2020

This wonderful offer to help Australian authors share the news of their new books was emailed to me by my good friend Karena Wynn-Moylan, founder of The Narratives Libraryry which is the world’s largest online archive of authors reading small extracts of their own work.

In her own words, here is her offer:

Last year it received over one million hits and continues to offer authors a unique platform for their work combining both online and radio platforms through the programs of its founder and radio award winner Karena Wynn-Moylan.
The ever increasing list of cancelled literary events is a blow to authors and publishers and also the Library which aims to add between 50 and 60 new authors each year from attending Festivals and related literary events.
The library is a (currently) unfunded labour of love which exists to bring the world’s attention to the value of books and literature.
As we can’t attend in person to make recordings for some time, we would like to invite all authors and publishers to take advantage of the following offer-
Karena is happy to do a phone interview with any author who has a book to promote.
This interview will be used in several ways to promote the author’s work.
1. Broadcast on Arts Canvass BayFM 99.9 -longest running Arts program on Byron Bay’s Bay FM 99.9 – every Thursday 9am-11am for 22 years! ( We can also do giveaways of authors books if you send us a copy)
2. Placed in our weekly posts from the Narratives Library website which are then kept permanently online.The posts will have the book cover, a head pic of the author and the interview. Images will link to Booktopia to help promote sales. Posts are also shared through Facebook and Linked In.
3. The interview will also be sent out in our ‘Quickpods’ program which goes through Libsyn Podcast Syndication to more than eight locations online. We will include a pic of the book cover. We can also combine the interview with other authors on ‘themes’ for longer productions. (Quickpods – one author, one interview, sometimes a read- distributed through Libsyn- the world’s longest running Podcast Syndicate, available on Spotify, Libsyn, Apple and Android). Quickpods are also shared on social media.
4. We are also happy to include authors in our regular library Category listings if they can provide a clear recording of themselves reading a 5 minutes ( or so) extract from their book .
Please note- for audio quality purposes we still can’t do these reads over the phone, only an interview.

Interested authors and publishers/publicists just need to email us at:
We’ll get back and between us we can set up a phone interview of around 10-15 minutes with your author. They will need to ring us on a special number at an arranged time which we will supply when confirming.
The time should be during the day, but we can do weekends if necessary.
It helps to have a copy of the book sent beforehand – Narratives Library, 3 Market St, Bangalow. NSW 2479 – but if that isn’t possible we can manage on PR material.
All our material is also freely available for you and your author to use for your own promotion.
To understand more about the Narratives Library, and read our hints on self recording check out our FAQ’s page at

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Sharing writing secrets on Peter James TV

October 11, 2018

I always get so excited when I am about to start teaching a creative writing class. Not just because I want to encourage new authors, but because it also makes me question how I write. How could I do better? Have I picked up some bad habits? At the end of the course I feel I have learnt something too. Recently, I was particularly proud to present Sarah Bailey with a Ned Kelly Award for First Crime Fiction for The Dark Lake. Sarah attended one of my thriller writing courses and she was lovely enough to thank me for inspiring her. I wish her the very best of luck with her writing career.

The next creative writing course starts on October 15 and runs on Thursday evenings over five consecutive weeks. If you are in Sydney and have a burning desire to write a novel but you’re not sure where to start, then why not come along to Creative Writing Stage 1 at the Australian Writers Centre?

About a year ago, I was interviewed for Peter James’s YouTube channel, Peter James TV. I was asked questions about how I write, where I write, and the tricks and techniques I employ. These interviews are part of a series called The Authors’ Studio in which authors like Michael Connelly, Ian Rankin, CJ Box, Sophie Hannah and more, share their writing secrets. And a few laughs. They are well worth visiting. Enjoy!

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