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The Ones That Disappeared Review: Child Slavery, Hope & Magical Realism

The Ones That Disappeared Review: Child Slavery, Hope & Magical Realism

The Ones That Disappeared is the exploration of three children brought into child trafficking, who are working to pay off their ‘debt’ to the Snakeskin gang. It’s an incredibly disturbing account of poverty, emotional and physical abuse, alienation and the hope they are subjected to. Being forced to work on marijuana plants in a basement, […]

September 16, 2017 | 4 Comments
A Shadow’s Breath Review: Rebuilding Life After Domestic Violence

A Shadow’s Breath Review: Rebuilding Life After Domestic Violence

Alternating two points in time, the past and the present, Tessa deals with the emotional effects following domestic violence in her family. A Shadow’s Breath explores what happens after the fact – her mum is now recovering from alcoholism after getting rid of her abusive partner. A Shadow’s Breath covers the complex family issues surrounding domestic […]

September 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

Set in a techno-futuristic world where corporations rule, The Undercurrent explores a time in the near future when teenage girl can wield electricity from her own hands. She’s protected by a soldier called Ryan, but what does the military want with her? Why are the Agitators after her? The Undercurrent is frightfully accurate as it feels like […]

August 17, 2017 | 2 Comments
Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

To celebrate the Australian release of Corpselight last week, I’m taking part in the Corpselight blog tour! Vigil is a dark urban fantasy set in the city of Brisbane, Australia. What could be better than seeing my home converted into this paranormal fare filled with creatures and crimes alike? 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight 1. Dry, […]