Felix the Fox is a failed magician (not his fault he couldn't pay tuition and got thrown out), a discharged legionary (honourably discharged - even if the dice were loaded), and a full time investigator of crap no one else wants to touch. Assaph is just the guy putting words on paper for Felix.

A short, somewhat romantic, Felix mystery. The kind of thing that keeps him in business, and his wine and fish-sauce stocked. It calls on his unique set of skills, for those discerning customers with off-beat problems. My clients usually have hopes. When one contacts a detective, they have certain expectations, an anticipation of resolution to […]

Well, OK, Top 11 – but I’m sure that’s just because I blinked when it hit top 10! So now Murder In Absentia is one of the top selling books in the Roman Fantasy category, and fairly much up there in the more general Historical Fantasy category. Pretty exciting for a first-time author who only […]

For everyone who missed the Cover Reveal party… well, you missed out on some awesome partying! Confetti, beers, spiced wine – it was all there. Read on to discover what’s new and about a special promo running now 😉 Two things were uncovered in the party. First was the great new cover done by Ellie Bockert Augsburger […]

This is a guest post I’ve written for Pure Jonel’s blog. Originally published on: http://purejonel.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/GP.AM.html Of Fantasy Worlds and Roman Gods I have a confession. It’s about one of my pet peeves. Whenever someone casually mentions the “Greek and Roman gods”, or goes on to describe a “Roman mythology” by quoting tales of the Greek pantheon, […]

The Virtual Book Fair is still going on, and the giveaway for Murder In Absentia is still on! Enter for your chance to win a signed paperback or an ebook copy of the novel my cat said was the absolute mice crackers! Paperback giveaway: https://www.facebook.com/events/927569970656592/permalink/963809640365958/ eBook giveaway: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/175e47c31/ (You’ll need info from my booth, in case you […]

This flash fiction was sparked by Twitter conversation, and first appeared on NothingAnyGood – a great blog by a short-story author friend, Dan Buri. Do check it out. You’ll be forgiven in seeing some on Neil Gaiman’s works (Stardust in particular) in the inspiration to this story as well. I hope I did it justice. […]

Hi everyone! All the activities at the fair have started! I’d like to give a warm welcome to the over 500 guests that are attending! All the participating authors are ridiculously excited 🙂 Here’s what to expect for the next two weeks. Every day the moderator will post up to books from a specific genre for you to check […]