Yes, there's no doubt that here at Clan headquarters that we do have a thing for cats.
And the latest cat to join the Clan is the fabulously fictional Megsy, aka Fudgepuddle.
She’s sassy and opinionated – but maybe not the sharpest feeli on four legs.
When Megsy is checked in to the Lap of Luxury Cat Resort, she soon learns there’s a lot she doesn’t know, like: talent, pedigrees, surfing the Intercat, and where her kisskies went.
Clan Destine Press is thrilled to reveal the cover for our first Dark Urban Fantasy.
The sexy action-filled Unnaturals is also the debut novel for Dean J Anderson.
All CDP covers are wrap-around images, although the front cover is always more than enough to 'be judged' by.
But sometimes the whole thing really needs to be revealed to give you a better idea of what lies between the covers.
So here is Unnaturals
Writing duo A.K. Wrox were guest lecturers at RMIT University in Melbourne last week.
Evelyn Tsitas – journalist & blogger, PhD student & sessional tutor in Creative Writing – blogs for CDP about how the session with her Master of Creative Media students went down.
They came, they saw, they were amazing.
Arrabella Candellarbra & The Questy Thing To End All Questy Things 2
Supanova, Penguins and a Baby!
A. K. Wrox are back in the blogosphere talking about ALL the Things they've been up to lately, and they even more amazing Things they'll be up to soon.
– which is weird since A.K. is her creator.
But, in the beginning it was Mandy and Kylie creating some characters, and a world for them to live in, for a bit of fun. And for inspiration. And as a release from the more serious novels we were each working on: Mandy on an urban fantasy and Kylie on a crime thriller.
and the greatest Quest of all time...
With all the stuff that’s been going on around Clan headquarters lately, anyone would think we were a publishing company or something.
Although, yesterday, I was beginning to think we’d become a sanctuary for all manner of Strange Beasties…
Good and bad beasties…
Mammal and reptilian beasties…
Fungal and floral beasties…
You think I’m kidding?