Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Another Hugo Award nomination for Dan Djurdjevic

Dan Djurdjevic has just received his second consecutive Hugo Award nomination - this time for the best science fiction novella in "A Hazy Shade of Twilight"!

"Five stars.  Loved it!" - William O'Brien

Paperback only $14.95: 

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Monday, March 28, 2016

Nights of the Moon in proofing stage

Dan Djurdjevic's new novel "Nights of the Moon" is now in the proofing phase!

Friday, March 25, 2016

Nights of the Moon to be published by Pikkeljig

The novel "Nights of the Moon" is now complete.  It is a relationship-based drama/mystery set on a remote island in Western Australia's far north.

The novel was written over 28 separate (though not consecutive) nights and published online in a serialised format on the night each chapter was written.

The synopsis is as follows:

Leila is a dreamer.

    She dreams of a successful career, a house in the suburbs with a white picket fence, a "half-decent partner",  a couple of kids and maybe even a dog thrown into the bargain.
    She dreams of writing poetry.
    But she lives on remote mining sites, working eleven hour days in the fierce desert heat - in a not-so-distant future where there are few, if any, other options on the table.
    Most recently, Leila finds herself dreaming of a brief halcyon time on Irwin Island in the far north of Western Australia - and Edin: a quietly charming but complex and often inscrutable man with a troubled past.

    "Nights of the Moon" is a bittersweet drama and mystery, exploring the challenges and realities facing modern relationships - and just what it takes to find fulfilment and meaning in life.

The novel will remain online for approximately 1 week after which it will be taken down for publication by Pikkeljig Press.

To start reading, go here.