Broken Chariots is up for pre-order

Broken Chariots is up for pre-order

G’day from Halls Gap, Welcome to Issue #3 of The Order of Chaos newsletter, where I discuss the philosophical issues that underpin my books and that I’m wrestling with myself. The title takes its name from the ancient brotherhood in my new historical mystery/thriller...
The Order of Chaos #2

The Order of Chaos #2

G’day from Port Fairy, Welcome to the second issue of The Order of Chaos newsletter, where I’ll be discussing the philosophical issues that underpin my books and that I’m wrestling with myself. First thing’s first… Broken Chariots is done! I...
The Order of Chaos #1

The Order of Chaos #1

G’day from Killarney, It’s been a few weeks since my last newsletter, in which I said I was going to a monthly format. I think we’re going to have to play this by ear. Sometimes, the newsletter will come out weekly, sometimes fortnightly, sometimes...
A change of pace

A change of pace

G’day from Hawkesdale, I’ll keep it brief today because, going forward, this newsletter will be coming out monthly rather than weekly. I want to keep the newsletter valuable and engaging, but I worry that by continuing to publish it every week, things may get a little...
Week four on the road

Week four on the road

G’day from Port Campbell, I didn’t realise it until a few days ago, but it’s been around twenty days since I saw the ocean. Having grown up in a seaside town, I think that’s a record for me. As I drove the winding road south from Timboon, I saw it emerge between two...
Week three on the road

Week three on the road

G’day from Camperdown, I just arrived here a few hours ago and it’s absolutely beautiful. The caravan park is set on a hill between two lakes. Me and Ruben went for a walk down the hill into town, but it’s been raining so we haven’t been able to explore properly....
Less is more

Less is more

G’day from Lake Burrumbeet, I came to the realisation today that I’ve been trying to do too much. Trying to see everything, go everywhere. Packing up, moving, setting up again. Not wanting to do the same walk twice and doing two of them each day, one in the morning...
First two weeks on the road

First two weeks on the road

G’day from Lake Tooliorook, First post. Here we go. At present, I’m sitting in my caravan at Lake Tooliorook just outside Lismore, Victoria. It’s raining heavily and I’ve got thick woollen socks and slippers on against the linoleum floor. I tore all the carpet out of...