Perfections and Madigan Mine go digital (redux)

It's been a little while since ebooks of my novels Madigan Mine and Perfections have been available but the good folks at Twelfth Planet Press have now released them back into the wild. So if you haven't yet snagged yourself a copy or if postage costs were putting you off the print book (I know, … Continue reading Perfections and Madigan Mine go digital (redux)

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The Obituarist: An Interview with Patrick O’Duffy

Patrick O'Duffy is a Melbourne author who has just digitally published a quirky crime novella chronicling a handful of Very Bad Days in the life of self-styled "obituarist", Kendall Barber – a social media undertaker who settles accounts for the dead. If you need your loved one’s Facebook account closed down or one last tweet to … Continue reading The Obituarist: An Interview with Patrick O’Duffy

eBooks and the Digital Publishing Revolution

Peter Donoughue, a respected academic and experienced publisher, gave a presentation about digital publishing at the University Queensland on September 10, 2010. He's post the entire paper, Will the Book Publishing Industry Survive the Digital Revolution?, on his blog and it's well worth a read for anyone who's interested in books and publishing. It's a … Continue reading eBooks and the Digital Publishing Revolution