Tag Archives: Jesse Blackadder

The Next Big Thing Meme

Hello folks. Counting down the sleeps until Chasing the Light hits the bookshops on 1 Feb. The lead-up is probably the best part of the whole thing, before any scary reviews come out or friends start crossing the road to … Continue reading

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“Lost thing is destroyed” – in Paris

I have earned a bit of time in bed with the Mac Air, up in my little Paris loft on the sixth floor on a sunny Saturday afternoon, stuffed with lunch of crusty bread, stinky cheese, avocado and vivid red … Continue reading

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Literary speed dating with Kate Forsyth, historical fiction author

“I was riding around on a tricycle which squeaked very badly… when a Doberman lunged for me, caught my head in his jaws and proceed to tear my head apart.” No, it’s not the opening of a novel – it’s … Continue reading

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Interview about ‘The Raven’s Heart’

The release of ‘The Raven’s Heart’ in the USA, Canada and the UK is only a few days away, so you’ll be reading a little more about it on my blog in the coming weeks. Fantasy and historical fiction author … Continue reading

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Four fabulous book trailers, a spoof and something else

I don’t suppose any of my readers will find themselves at the BookExpo America in New York starting today. It’s the book industry’s trade fair (also called the ‘leading event in North American publishing’) where books of all kinds that … Continue reading

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When is the best time to sleep in Antarctica?

Had the most amazing three days of my life going out in the field in Antarctica. The images and sounds are running through my head like a non stop movie and it’s hard to get to sleep. Also, the extraordinary … Continue reading

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Feeling like a million dollars

Hobart was a great warm up to Antarctica today – it was foggy and 11 degrees when I arrived, to be met by Margie and her very sweet 5 year old daughter Mali at the airport. Some coffee and a … Continue reading

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