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Ollie, our new shih tzu now has his own Instagram page, so if you like puppies on your internet, you know where to go…
Transgressions (I read the the paperback) by Phill Berrie built a wonderful world and drew me in. There’s magic(k), but I believed it. The main character is complex, and flawed, and deep. Indeed, all the characters felt real, as if their histories extended well beyond the pages of this book. The story is rich and textured and disturbing, and it drew me along. The pacing sped up towards the end and I wanted more. There’s lots to like, but I particularly enjoyed a very one-sided conversation, and a god in a strange court.
My first book, Time Aerials, has just come out in paperback. The first print arrived this morning from Melbourne. It’s available worldwide from Ingram. Originally released in mid-2015, this 2017 edition has been thoroughly polished and I’ve added four new illustrations. These pictures appear on the back cover and at the start of each section in the body of the book. The domain TimeAerials.com points to the page with all the purchasing information and reviews.
This is the same underlying model that I used for the cover of Yesterday Makers. However, it’s done in 3D Coat, and rendered in bronze so that it looks more like a statuette than a mushroom cloud. The time ships in the book are bronzy, consciousness happens, and the time bubbles emerge from the trunk of history in a similar way. You can see similar imagery in my consciousness section.