Reblog – The Scene & Heard: A Call For Submissions

Hello! Get over to Tre’s page and check out a most exciting announcement about the brand spanking new Scene and Heard Journal.

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Hello, beautiful people! As appreciative as I am of each of you who have taken the time to stop by, read my words, share your thoughts, and share this community in a mature and loving manner, it is my joy to present to you, The Scene & Heard: A Journal of Artistic Reflections.

What is this?

TSHJwill be independently published and printed with a minimum print run of 2,500 copies7 times per year. The purpose of our endeavour is to honor the literary and visual arts by collating individuals’ artistic expressions to create a collective piece of art in each and every issue. Copies will be distributed through subscription and retail outlets. Cover Price: $15.00.

General submissions are on a roll in basis, year-round. We are expecting the first issue to…

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Over the fence.

Latest fiction piece below. Enjoy!

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The content keeps on coming. Enjoy this flash fiction piece below.

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Westward Castle

This will most likely feature as a full length novel at some point. But with so much going on and 5 novels in varying stages of completion, this one will have to wait. It’s out there for the universe to see now. Enjoy.

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Two become one.

As promised a little bit of fiction. It’s dark, and not what I expected to come out at 8am.

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Halfway Humans

Content! I’m posting content! Phew, glad I got that out of the way. This is a short story that I entered into a competition, and I didn’t place. So, you lovely people get to have a read. The topic was about having hardships in life, but looking on the bright side. It’s about a homeless man living on the streets of Sydney.

The story below is a little longer than I would post on here , but I love this story.  It’s a little over 2,500 words, if you get to the end, I hope you enjoy it.

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Write! Write, you fool!


This year I want to write more. Which sounds ridiculously stupid to me, because I work on my writing about three hours every day. It might not sound like much, but when you have a full-time job and family commitments, that three hours is hard won and I really have to fight to make time to do it. Continue reading

When everything just clicks.

Most of my characters are pure fiction. I grow them in the small and scary part of my brain, where even I hesitantly open the rusty, squeaky gates to let out the next teeth gnashing, bloody monstrosity.


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New Year’s Resolution


I’ve been thinking a lot about new year resolutions, as I’m sure many of you have at this time of year. No one ever makes mid-year resolutions, it’s always something that starts in January and is usually forgotten by the time Australia Day rolls around – in late January. Usually my resolutions involve eating well, exercising more and generally improving myself. Considering that hasn’t worked for the last 32 years, this year I’m going to try something new.

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Synopsis: The 10th Circle of Hell.


On the first day of January I’m going to submit my first manuscript In the Between to a publisher. Here in Australia some publishers have days once a month where writers without Agents will allow you to submit and be added to the slush pile. Hey, if I’m keeping slush pile readers in jobs, then I will. Helping the economy and all that.

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