Tuesday, 15 April 2014

And the winner is ...

... all of us actually. The WorldWiseWriters group are proud to announce that two of their members have made it through to the Quarterfinals of the ABNA competition (where we all met).
I'll keep you posted.
Jennelle's Mirrored time is in the Sci-fi/Fantasy category, Shoshona's The Faithful is in  Mystery/Thriller.

Congratulations to you both - total Kudos!

These Girls Rock like a Journey Concert

To find out more about them, check out their sites.

Andrea Domanski is an Amazonian Wonder Woman with a wonderful heroine Mirissa:

Once a normal teenage girl, now an Amazon warrior.  Add in a bunch of kick-ass preternaturals and one maniacal demi-god and what have you got?  The worst birthday ever!

Hannah Sullivan is a Fabulous Artist whose amazing heroine Olivia started life in stories she told her children:

A rift between the layers of the world. A talking horse. Evil Sliders. What's a girl to do when she's the only one who can save it all?

Jennelle Faulkner can wield an axe better than anyone I know. Her delightful heroine Gwen has her work cut out:

New jobs aren't supposed to be this hard. Crazy half-gods, time travelers and ex-gladiator thieves? Unemployment never looked so good.

Shoshona Freedman could give up her day job and become a web designer. Her troubled heroine Ryanne/Rowan shares the mike with a couple of others in this complex thriller:

Non-psychics are cockroaches. I Fidele are the exterminators.

Jacky Gray spends most of her time in the company of knights in shining armour, archers and pagans playing with sharp pointy things. As does her hero Archer:

Mmmm. Shoot an apple off his friend’s head or lose his food, horse and clothes? Some decisions require little thought.