Sorry for the late notice. The newsletter actually went out in October:
And if you wanted to be reminded what was in my first newsletter (late 2019):
Just finished the Book Trailer for Crisis at Calista Station – enjoy.
More details at: https://www.andrewjharvey.com/sample/CrisisAtCalistaStation.html
Crisis at Calista Station (Book 2 in The Portal Adventures): Tania is tired of not having any friends because, every time her mother changes her job, they have to move. But this time Mom had really gone too far, dragging Tania away with her to a temporary posting as senior security officer on Calista Station.
Things start to look up when Tania meets Mark and his friends Windracer and Shr’un. Shr’un’s father is a technician for Malachi Mining, the same company where Tania’s mom works. But all is not well. Someone is stealing star-stones and smuggling them from the Station. When Shr’un’s father disappears, it appears he may have been involved, but then things go from bad to worse – Tania’s mom disappears as well! Now it is up to Tania, Mark, Windracer, and Shr’un, with a little help from Shr’un’s highly illegal AI, to solve the mystery and rescue the missing parents.
I’m excited to announce that Book 2 in
The Portal Adventures, published by Peasantry Press is now available. The book is available from all good online book sellers, and on order from your local book shop (I’ve included direct links at the bottom of this post). Signed Copies ($17.59 AU), are available from here. You can also read samples of the book here.
Working with words (writing, editing, and publishing) is now my full time job. Photoshop manipulations, and 3D animations using Daz3D is my hobby. The learning curve is quite steep but my progress has been fairly consistent, as demonstrated by my last trailer for Leonie Rogers’ ‘Amethyst Pledge’.
The book itself is now available for purchase online, by ordering from your local bookshop.
January 24th, 2020 9:42 am
A thank you to all those who attended the Book Launch of Trouble on Teral’ held at Rabble Books and Games in Maylands on the 12th of January. It was a great turn out and I ended up having a lot of fun, and selling a lot of books, including some Nightfall.
I have to particularly thank Charlie Staples who served as MC for the event, and Nat and Sam from Rabble who helped set
everything up and operated the till.
January 10th, 2020 10:14 am
With the arrival of my new ‘reading’ chair on Christmas Eve my workspace in the loft is now complete.
The other photo shows the all-in-one machine (on the right) used for writing, while the graphics machine (on the left) is used for photoshop, Daz3D, and the occasional game. You can also just make out the bookcase holding Hague Publishing’s stock (Print on Demand is a wonderful thing).