Narrelle M Harris


My first novel was the crime/thriller, Fly By Night (2004), which was nominated for a Ned Kelly Award.

My 2005 novel, Witch Honour, published in the US by Five Star Science Fiction, had been short-listed for the George Turner Prize for Science Fiction and Fantasy in 1998. Its sequel, Witch Faith, which was short listed for the same award the following year, was published in 2007.

The Opposite of Life was released in early 2008. Its sequel, Walking Shadows, came out with Clan Destine Press in 2012.

In September 2003, my one-act play, Stalemate, was performed by Harbour Theatre and went on to win ‘Best Original Play’ at the Bunbury One-Act Drama Festival. I turned the play into a short story for inclusion in the mini-collection, Showtime, part of Twelfth Planet Press’s 12 Planets series. Other short stories and essays have been published in a variety of books and websites.

My recent online multimedia project, Kitty and Cadaver, is with an agent. I have a third novel about the vampire Gary and his librarian friend, Lissa, in the works.

I also write erotic romance. My Secret Agents, Secret Lives series about Australian spies, Philip Marsden and Martine Dubois; the Talbott and Burns Mysteries about Elliot Talbott and Jack Burns, boyfriends, and two-man scooby gang investigators of the paranormal; and the Hammer and Tongue stories about engineer Alice and her linguist girlfriend Nerida, are all published by Clan Destine’s Encounters imprint, while my first short story with Escape Publishing, Sky High, Bone Deep, came out in mid-2014.

I’m working on a new paranormal queer romance, Ravenfall, and have just started work on The Adventure of the Colonial Boy, a Holmes and Watson romance for new Holmesian erotica and romance imprint, Improbable Press.

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