Author's details

Name: Joanne Anderton
Date registered: May 18, 2008
Yahoo! IM: jo_ndrtn

Latest posts

  1. In February, the writing continues — February 28, 2015
  2. The Australian Shadows demon needs a home! — February 22, 2015
  3. On January, goals and the list — February 1, 2015
  4. Eddings Reread! The Tamuli — December 11, 2014
  5. Guest Post – Keith Stevenson and Horizon — November 7, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. This in an intervention — 13 comments
  2. The Next Big Thing… thing — 12 comments
  3. Character guilt — 10 comments
  4. A little short story in a big wide world — 10 comments
  5. Debris is ALIVE! — 10 comments

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Feb 28

In February, the writing continues

Today is the last day of February, and the WIP is now 50k. I’m still behind my goal. Almost two weeks of this already short month were written off when my husband became very ill, and then had a reaction to the antibiotics that were, up until that point, the only thing that seemed to …

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Feb 22

The Australian Shadows demon needs a home!


Guess who I picked up at the airport this week? (yes really, that’s what happened) The Australian Shadows demon! Otherwise known as the award The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories won last year! I think I shall name him Bob. Isn’t he amazing? Also, he’s really heavy. But he needs a home. Should he sit on …

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Feb 01

On January, goals and the list

Ok so it’s February. At this point I was hoping to write a blog post about how I’d crossed off ALL the things on my January to-do list. Sadly, that’s not the case, although I’m pretty close! 30k on my current WIP – The Fiery Skies – should have been possible. As it is, I …

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Dec 11

Eddings Reread! The Tamuli

EDDINGS RE-READ: THE TAMULI (Domes of Fire, The Shining Ones, The Hidden City) Because we just don’t have enough to do, Alex, Tehani and I have decided to re-read The Elenium and The Tamuli trilogies by David (and Leigh) Eddings, and – partly to justify that, partly because it’s fun to compare notes – we’re blogging a conversation about …

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Nov 07

Guest Post – Keith Stevenson and Horizon


I’m honoured to have Keith Stevenson, author, publisher, editor-extraordinaire, visiting to talk about his book Horizon (out now from HarperVoyager Impulse!) In particular I asked Keith to talk about FTL travel in his novel, because where would SF be without it? Take it away Keith! Horizon — Engage: Tinkering With a Quantum Drive I’d like to thank …

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