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Writing with Emotion by Duncan Lay

If you’re a budding author, then I’m sure you’ve either gone through courses or at least read a few books about writing. I don’t think I have any insights beyond what is already available on the internet. But I can tell you what works for me. If anyone asks me advice about writing, I always […]

Author Q&A: David Henley

Author Q&A: David Henley

Today we’re sitting down with our Sci-Fi author David Henley! His debut Voyager book, The Hunt For Pierre Jnr, came out last month: Pierre Jnr has a mind more powerful than any the world has encountered before. He can make you forget, he can control you and he is only eight years old. Three months […]

Raymond E. Feist in Conversation & Tour Competition

Raymond E. Feist in Conversation & Tour Competition

During his recent Magician’s End tour around Australia fantasy legend Raymond E. Feist also stopped by the office to sign a mountain of books for stores and an interview with our own Voyager publisher Rochelle. In it he discusses how he got started, the importance of characters and finally a few hints to what may […]

The Smell of Fresh Mown Grass

The Smell of Fresh Mown Grass

Most of our understanding and general knowledge about the language of scent comes from the animal world. Most people know that dogs and other animals mark their territories with urine or other stinky substances. We take advantage of this behaviour, either through harvesting the musk of civet cats for perfumes or training dogs to smell […]