1. Some book series start off in the author’s head as a series, others develop into series only when the author gets to the end of the book and realizes they still have more story! Which camp does the Trial Bay series fall into? Collision, Book 1 in the Trial Bay series, started … More Audrey Greathouse interviews PJ Byer
Originally posted on Ana Spoke, author:
Oh, how sweet it is to see your first book online or on a bookstore shelf…It doesn’t get old – and personally, I think finishing the second novel is an even bigger achievement. All of us, aspiring authors, are working so hard towards the dream of writing well, publishing…
Head over to PJ Byer Author Facebook page tomorrow (AEST 10am to 3pm) ONLINE FACEBOOK LAUNCH of CORROSION by PJ Byer, second book in The Trial Bay series. Monday May 23, 2016 AEST 10am to 3pm. Don’t forget the ONLINE Facebook book launch of the second book in The Trial Bay series on Monday … More ONLINE FACEBOOK LAUNCH of CORROSION by PJ Byer, second book in The Trial Bay series
A fantastic six week placement at MacKillop Catholic College, Warnervale. English Co-ordinator, Anne Lovett, engaged me, having chosen Collision as the novel for study for all of Year 10, Term 1 2016. There was a formal introduction at the Whole School Assembly, so that the students and teachers realised that Mrs Berzins was also a … More Author in Residence MCC
Corrosion, Book 2 in The Trial Bay Series, is due to be published May 23, 2016 On Amazon.com as ebook and print book.
Originally posted on asidefromwriting:
4/5 In a harsh dystopian America, women are stripped of all rights… It’s scary how prophetic this story is. A coup overtakes America – most members of Congress are killed in a terrorist attack and the constitution is suspended. Fundamentalism takes over, a fundamentalism that regards women as nothing. The reduction…
Originally posted on Stories From The Field:
Father and child in a makeshift ambulance in Kamounia While the UN decides whether to classify an air strike on a makeshift camp for displaced people in northern Syria as a war crime, disaster relief agency ShelterBox condemns the targeting of families on the run from war. Thursday’s…
Photograph by Flora Greenslade. Okay…so you’re asking – rust? Rust is a nasty thing, we all know that. Metal objects crumbling away in the weather, rotting and corroding over time. Well, I’m using rust here as a metaphor, people! As in rusting, deteriorating relationships. I’m fascinated, as are many (most?) of us about how people tick, … More Worst Advice We’ve Heard about Rust
This book is about to be released in late May/early June 2016. It’s been a labour of love, and my editor is perusing it for final “tweaks.” This story is set more than forty years prior to Collison, Book 1, and explores the strained dynamic between Stella’s father Paul as a teenager, and his mother, … More A Cover Reveal for Corrosion, Book 2 in the Trial Bay Series.
I haven’t posted here for ages as there’s been just too much happening in my life!! I plan to do more regular posts to update you about what I’ve been up to, as well as post photos. Here is a taste of what I’ve been up to: 1. Author-in-Residence at MacKillop Catholic College, Warnervale, during … More It’s Been Too Long…but I’ve got some good excuses!