Invisible City - free this week!

Also: Manawatu book festival!

I don’t normally have so many things to put in newsletters - I’m sure we’ll get back to usual frequency soon. But for now…


I released my novelette Invisible City a few years back but it’s still a really important piece of writing to me. It’s free just for the next few days (until Friday PDT) on Kindle. Here’s the cover copy:

Persson Catao is making a map. A map of the city where he was born and where he spent his youth fighting against a brutal regime.

A city that never existed.

After a daring escape, Persson built a new life for himself and raised a family. But unlike his comrades, he chose not to forget what had happened. And now one of them has come looking for him.

Invisible City is a novelette about trauma, memory, and one last chance to change the future.

[Cover, above, shows the square towers of a city with a yellowish backdrop.]


I’m also excited to have been invited to speak at the Manawatu Writers’ Festival I’ll be on a panel on historical fiction on 14th September. I’m looking forward to meeting some new people and catching up with old friends. See you in Feilding!