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On the home straight. Kind of.

When I started this website, I was determined to post on a regular basis. That really fell apart these last few years – funny how having two kids will do that do you. But I’ll persevere, and every now and again, I’ll pop something new up.

The best news I have lately is I’m over halfway through the draft of the last novel in the Turning Points series. I set out to publish five books in five years (though the writing of Masada took place in the year prior to that first publication), and I’m quite close to achieving that goal. Heart and Stomach of a Queen will be out this November in time for Supanova Brisbane.

In the meantime, I was quite chuffed to learn that A Soldier’s Love (a Turning Points short-story) flew off the shelves, so to speak, as part of the Smashwords Read an e-Book Week sale. The sale is finished now, but I’m delighted that so many copies got out there.

Meric will return, in another short story early next year.

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