Subtropical Suspense Booklaunch — Brisbane

It was wonderful to attend the launch of Subtropical Suspense on Saturday! Thanks so much to everyone who came along and supported Black Beacon Books. One of the coolest things about attending a launch in Brisbane was that I got to see some friends I hadn’t seen in ages, so, yay. And I got to meet some people I was looking forward to meeting, like the other authors and the photo competition winner, Karl Forcey — brother of the very talented horror writer, Rebecca Fraser, who recently received an honourable mention for her Flash story in the AHWA competition!

The launch was held at Black Cat Books in Paddington. It’s a very cool book shop and venue. Cameron Trost — anthology editor and launch organiser — ran a fun and sociable launch.

In related news, Frank Errington reviewed Subtropical Suspense on Horror-Web Cesspool, Amazon and Goodreads and said nice things about my story.

In real life all the family is back to school and work this week, so it will be nice to settle back into a routine.

And … this is the last week of the Six in Six challenge. That is, six stories in six weeks. So I better get some fiction down!



One thought on “Subtropical Suspense Booklaunch — Brisbane

  1. Yay, thanks for your kind words, Helen. I’m glad you got to meet, Karl. He’s a dude 🙂 I know he had a great time. Looking forward to getting my hands on a copy of ‘Subtropical Suspense’.

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