Tomorrow is the day Supanova Popular Culture Expo begins for three days 17-19 June at The Dome, Sydney Olympic Stadium. If you love all things popular, comics, books, games, superheroes, fantasy do come by, and visit Tima Maria Lacoba (the Dantonville series) and me, with the Trial Bay series, with many print books for sale. … More Supanova in Sydney…come along!
Corrosion is maintaining its No One spot on Amazon.com.au (the Australian site) in Kindle eBooks !! See the screen grab above! For those who’ve ordered a print copy from me, the copies should arrive late next week. If you’d like to order a print copy, msg me here! or email email@example.com And if you’d … More Corrosion stays at #One spot in Kindle eBooks
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
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.
Now, I may not have built a writing empire quite yet, but I’ve got to say that the humble librarian has been so helpful to me on this quest. You may not want to build a writing empire, but have your own dreams…how can the librarian assist you to reach that goal? This is … More How to Build an Empire with Librarians
Mallory Heart Reviews Collision, part of the Chick Lit Plus Tour this week…. Review: COLLISION by P. J. Byer What Stella wants most is to “find home,” in the emotional sense, whether she realizes it or not. Her irascible personality alienates the family and friends who wish to be her “home,” so now she’s run … More Is Stella being guided “home”?
PJ Byer will be on tour starting Monday with COLLISION and #Clpblogtours – #BookGiveaway starts now! @PJByer http://bit.ly/1LYKxFP
On the journey to produce my Young Adult book Collision were so many creative steps. A crucial part, once the book is ready for publication, is the cover design, which includes the “blurb” on the back. The reader, whether of a print or ebook, may know of the writer as the initial stimulus, or have … More From concept to design
The Lost Journal What happens when you find your old journal, and in it is jotted the bones of a story? What happens if that story has been rattling around in your head for fourteen years? What happens if you’ve always wanted to write, and now finally you have time to pursue this dream? … More The Lost Journal