Category Archive: debris

May 17

A teaser from A Memory Trapped In Light

I wasn’t going to submit to Epilogue (then known by it’s temporary name, Apocalypse Hope) because I just didn’t have any idea what to write. Epilogue is an anthology of post-apocalyptic stories where there is hope for the future, and hope is hard. I’m all for dark and depressing, twisted, sad, even nasty. But hopeful? I didn’t …

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Mar 24

And while we’re talking about Ditmars…

…Angry Robot Books are offering the ebooks of their Ditmar-eligible titles for half price! That includes Debris, but also Kaaron Warren’s Mistification, and Trent Jamieson’s Roil. Just head over to their webstore, here, grab a bargain, and enjoy!

Mar 19

Aurealis Awards!

Exciting news this evening! The Aurealis Award shortlists have been announced and I’m on there… twice! Debris has been shortlisted for best fantasy novel! ‘Flowers in the Shadow of the Garden’ (from the Hope anthology) has been shortlisted for best science fiction short story. (I’ve started work on a novel based on this short story, …

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Feb 01

Interview with Kate Rudd – the voice of Tanyana!

That’s right folks, I’m still gushing about the audiobook of Debris! I can’t help it. It’s kinda surreal to hear your words read back to you in someone else’s voice, but mostly it’s just exciting. And it helps that Kate Rudd, who does the voice of Tanyana, is so wonderful. I was pretty curious about …

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Jan 27

Debris review and SUITED cover art!

After a day of sore wrist/elbow/shoulder/back culminating in torture by physio, it’s pretty damned good to come home to awesome news! First, an absolutely lovely review of Debris from Amanda Wrangles, over on Marianne de Pierres’ blog. The physical aspect of Tanyana’s fall is the tip of the iceberg; Anderton’s observations of society and class system – …

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