Tag Archives: Sisters in Crime

In between days

In the spirt of months of denial/re-balancing that seem to have worked their way into the calendar, I’ve declared June to be my month off reading and writing crime fiction. As ‘Crime Fiction Free June’ doesn’t have quite the same ring … Continue reading

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Ned Kelly Awards winners & grinners

This morning came news Ned Kelly’s 130 year old remains had been identified at the old Pentridge Prison site. Only hours earlier I was celebrating the Australian crime fiction awards named his honour. I felt very close to Ned. Really. … Continue reading

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Summer reading

The Half-Child has gone electric, the eBook version released just in time for Christmas. You can buy it at Kobo Books or through Borders. A Kindle version will follow in a few months. Don’t you love that I sound like … Continue reading

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My weekend of crime and Dengue Fever

I’d planned to devote a post to the fabulous panel From the Sydney of the past to the Thailand of today I shared with Sulari Gentill and PM (aka Pamela Mary) Newton for the Sisters in Crime last Friday night. But … Continue reading

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From the Sydney of the past to the Thailand of today

This Friday 15 October 2010 I will be appearing on a fantastic panel for the Sisters in Crime alongside Sulari Gentill and PM Newton, ‘From the Sydney of the past to the Thailand of today: How crime (writing) interprets the World‘. Sulari and … Continue reading

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