Monthly Archives: January 2016

AWW16: Nightsiders by Sue Isle (Twelve Planets #1)

In a future world of extreme climate change, Perth, Western Australia’s capital city, has been abandoned. Most people were evacuated to the East by the late ’30s and organised infrastructure and services have gone. A few thousand obstinate and independent … Continue reading

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The Journey Through the Twelve Planets has begun!

The journey through the Twelve Planets has officially begun! Ju and I have set up a separate blog to keep track of reviews, as well as post extras – such as giveaways and interviews – over the course of the … Continue reading

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Reading Challenge: A Journey Through the Twelve Planets

In 2011 Twelfth Planet Press began the publication of a series of single author collections featuring short stories and novellas from twelve of Australia’s most prominent female short fiction writers in the speculative and horror genres. The authors were instructed … Continue reading

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AWW16: Who’s Afraid? by Maria Lewis

This is the story of Tommi, a young Scottish woman living an ordinary life, who stumbles violently into her birthright as the world’s most powerful werewolf. The sudden appearance of a dark, mysterious (and very attractive) guardian further confuses her … Continue reading

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Review: The Painful Truth by Lynn R Webster

Pain is an unbidden guest, humanity’s shadow companion down through the ages. It is a despoiler of dreams and a thief. Chronic pain can appear suddenly in a person’s life, changing it forever. Dr. Lynn R. Webster puts a face … Continue reading

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