NaNoWriMo 2014 book. Last updated
Jon and Rita have more than their fair share of problems. Now at the beginning of their long planned trip to the southern tip of Western Australia, things aren't exactly going to plan. Will their relationship survive the rigours of extraterrestrial abduction, aboriginal folklore and a convergence of forces neither of them could have ever conceived before.
It's just one of those days for Gilbert: awful younger brother and his friends, vague warnings from grans, running late for classes and general nasties at the local club. It's enough to make Gilbert want to wash his hands off everything and everyone.
She'd never been off-planet. Now she's on the Red Planet, something seems to be off-colour. And it's not the air, or lack of it. For this married writer, Life on Mars might be more than she's bargained for.
NaNoWriMo 2013 book. Last updated
He's got more secrets than sense. She has more cents than secrets!
Billionaire Charmaine Donnet's quest for Mr Right finds her sailing into troubled waters on board 'The Sunflower', playing host to a reality TV show. Events take a dark turn when one of the contestants disappears. Will Charmaine survive this desperate Hart's Cruise?
With a backpack weighed down by a mystical artifact, Tom has to use all his resources to stay one step ahead of killers, greedy corporate types and, most unsettling of all, an English teacher who's stolen his heart.
Suggest PDF downloads for this issue. In this issue: Artist Frans Groenewald, fiction by Anushka Haakonson and NVaugh7. Visit Yulin in Shaanxi Province, China and strange thoughts and other interesting stuff, including a competition!
Little Brother = Big Trouble, especially when he's Bert – magnetic to the strange and downright bizarre. Kieron: first time tour-guide. Problem: Little brother joins tour incognito. Crisis: Losing tour members mysteriously on the Isle of Skye. Likely outcome: Face the wrath of his parents; never-mind the bosses, extremely large wildlife, sudden black ice and a pocket policeman from Glesca.