The Queensberry Rule

Jason has had his son, his security and now his job stolen from him. Consumed by bitterness at the injustice of it all, he needs to work out if he really wants to get even – when someone offers to help him do just that.

If The Queensberry Rule was a film, think The Firm meets Falling Down meets Fight Club.

Available now at and, and kobo.

And just to whet your appetite, you can read the first four chapters.  Start with Chapter 1 here.

Warm Honey


Life under the bleaching Perth sun is becoming complex for twenty-something Rob. With the encouragement of Charis, his new girlfriend, Rob leaves behind years of procrastination and finally attempts to contact his estranged father. Together, they have to deal with an unfolding family tragedy and the ghosts of the past.

Available here in ebook, and in itunes as free a audiobook here



Advanced Smash Repairs

ASR COver 7Advanced Smash Repairs is a series of novellas set in a smash repair business that “knows too much”. Read each of the six episodes one at a time or colect them in the bundled “Six Pack” – available in ebook and paper back from amazon.




Cracks in the Ceiling

1250x928-150ppi-full-colourThis short story collection is Dave’s first published work.  Each of the 11 stories is set in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis, looking at the human side of the financial meltdown. Available in ebook and paperback from amazon.





podcast newsprint smallLive-Fiction is a stream of short stories and novellas (published as ebooks) that are inspired by current events.

Each story is about 10,000 words long, so will take an hour or less to read for most people.

Check out the current catalogue and upcoming releases here.


Nanna’s Tips.

Travel Cover final 2Three little books of wit and wisdom from “Nanna.” Her tips are quirky, homespun, sometimes questionable, probably dangerous and by no means comprehensive.

Check out Nanna’s Travel Tips, Nanna’s Driving Tips and Nanna’s Cooking Tips.

The Diary of the 17th Man

Logo squareCricket parody at its best, this is the diary of the 17th man – the last man picked in the Australian touring cricket team.  Daily blogs, a podcast and six books  – available at




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