Australian author Angela is a stay at home mother, daydream wrangler, and bibliophile. She is a member of the Tasmanian Writers Centre and Australasian Horror Writers Association, and is based in Hobart. She has published two horror short stories, a contemporary romance novel, a paranormal novella, appeared in a number of anthologies anthologies, and has a number of projects in development. She has also had several pieces of flash fiction published online. She loves to read just about anything, and this is reflected in her work. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science with Honours in zoology, she worked a variety of jobs, including archivist and laboratory technician.
Kat hates camping with a passion but agrees to head off into Tasmania’s wilderness with her husband in an effort to save their marriage. Matt, a fan of truly roughing it, chooses to pitch their tent away from the designated areas, well off the established walking tracks. As darkness descends, the night creatures make their presence known, and not all of them are friendly.
Brian Archer is old, tired and alone. Taking advantage of his care facility’s inadequate staffing levels, he finds enough of his old spark to sneak out for a clandestine midnight feast. The added vigour he feels after a decent meal is addictive, and soon it becomes difficult to hide his true, monstrous nature.
Also includes bonus flash fiction story.
Young widow Amy and rock star Dylan meet and unexpected sparks fly. A relationship seems impossible but after they part they can't forget each other. When they are reunited the spark between them is brighter than ever. Then a scandal erupts that could destroy everything... Dylan's Rock, a sweet rock star romance and tale of second chances.
The Ghost in the Water (2.2)
on July 07, 2016
A short story that is creepy, disturbing and sad. It adds to the overall portrait of the town of Refuge, but works well as a stand alone story.
on Sep. 25, 2016
I loved this. Great characters with very real reactions to each other. The right ratio of sweet and romantic and sexy and conflicted. As I reached the end of each chapter, I just wanted to keep reading. I'll definitely be reading more by this author.
Plato's Cave (2.4)
on Oct. 03, 2016
Well, this was an interesting one. A gritty story, it gets wonderfully odd about half way through, culminating in a completely unexpected way. Looking back, I'm not sure who knew the truth when, if at all, but it's a great read.