The Dragon and the Moon (2012)
A Patchwork of Fairytales
A Royal Retribution (2011)
Off in the Distance (Dec 2010 issue)
A Kingly Embrace (2012)
eFiction Magazine (March 2012 issue)
Heroes and Heroines: Females in Fantasy (2011)
All That is Wrong with the World
So, Where are you from? (2010)
Tasmanian Sagacity Magazine (May 2012 issue)
Biscuit Magazine (June 2011 issue)
Author interview with The Write Group (2011)
The Write Group
Loved your blog… Never give up writing….
I really appreciate that, thank you!
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Thanks for stopping by my blog. I enjoyed reading about the gender issues you raise. Sounds like a challenge. Do it! Best wishes.
You’re welcome. And thanks to you too.
I just stumbled into your blog and I love your writing! Keep it up!
Thank you! I really appreciate it! I was only earlier enjoying your 50 word fiction. Have you ever submitted to the ‘100 words or less’ writing contest? I had a go at it last month and it was loads of fun and they offer great feedback.
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Thank you for stopping by! Are you participating in the writercampaign? [cheers] To WRiting!
And thank you for stopping by :) I haven’t heard of it, but I’m going to look into it now!
Sounds like you took away from the NanoWrimo challenge what most of us aspiring writers who ventured into it did this November. Really look forward to reading more of your blog into 2012. Best wishes!
Thank you, Michelle and welcome! I did get a lot out of it and am so glad I participated.
Came across your ‘All that is wrong with the world’ site – really strong, sharp writing that’s to the point. Love it!
Thanks very much for the positive feedback, Bee! So glad you enjoyed it :)
Hey Katy ThatFantasyBlog here :P
Scream for Charity is coming to the end of its sale period shortly so all the authors will regain the rights to their stories :)
We have sold around 1000 copies of the story and raised a couple hundred pounds for charity.
Thank you for your contribution and we look forward to working alongside you again in the future.
Fantastic news guys! Very happy to be a part of the project and delighted to hear we made a difference in our own small way. Look forward to the next one :)
I enjoyed reading your interview. “And I do like minions.” Don’t we all? LOL!
Thanks Wayne! And yes, we all need a minion or two!