Feature & Follow Friday #9

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee

Q. Have you ever wanted a villain to win at the end of a story?  If so, which one??

Hmm, at the risk of sounding really boring I couldn’t actually think of anything. It’s Friday afternoon… i don’t really have my thinking caps on. There are certainly times when I have empathised with the villain and I think that comes down to good character development and storytelling. Love to hear if anyone else could come up with something more exciting than me?

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This week @ The Australian Bookshelf

My YA novel, A Season Of Transformation featured in the Indie Book Blowout  sale over the U.S labour day weekend alongside dozens and dozens of great indie novels for just 99c. I even stocked up my kindle with plenty of new titles while supporting indie authors at the same time.

Book review: Awaken the Highlander by Anita Clenney 5/5

Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Natasha Larry– awesome character interview from her novel, Darwin’s Children

Book Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver 4/5


  • In my heart of hearts, I wanted the villain in my forthcoming novel Camera Obscura to win. It was something that kept me trying to devise different endings for the book. It was something that troubled me a little, for fear I would disappoint my readers. Eventually… well, I can’t say more. BeWrite Books will release Camera Obscura in a few months, and until then they say I must keep it under wraps. But that villain… oh my!

  • A sympatheic villian would probably help, but I find that a lot of main characters are annoying enough as they are that I actually wouldn’t mind some of them ‘losing the battle’.

    Here’s my FF. Nice to find another aussie blogger too 🙂

  • Hi jayne
    Just hopping by and following through!
    Congrats on being featured in the Indie Book Blowout Sale!

    Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out

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