Chris Rosser

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Talkyard for comments
News

Talkyard for comments

Wed 24 April 2019

I decide to trial Talkyard for commenting that’s more mobile and social-media friendly, mostly because my old system was too much work!

2 mins
Evangeline and the Alchemist - review and author interview
Rosser's Reads

Evangeline and the Alchemist - review and author interview

Mon 22 April 2019

I review Evangeline and the Alchemist and the interview author and fellow Melburnian, Madeleine D'Este

5 mins
Indie April
Articles

Indie April

Sat 20 April 2019

To celebrate IndieApril and reaching 10 thousand tweets, I buy up a bunch of books by some terrific indie authors.

5 mins
Dubious marketeers
Articles

Dubious marketeers

Thu 18 April 2019

I come across another dodgy marketing business on Facebook preying on indie authors and decide to call this one out.

5 mins
A quick look at Ulysses 15
Reviews

A quick look at Ulysses 15

Tue 19 March 2019

With the release of Ulysses 15, I review its new features, and ponder my future with the app in the wake of growing competition and a few niggles.

5 mins
Gadzooks
Podcast

Gadzooks

Sun 17 March 2019

After a thought provoking review of Cadoc's Contract on Amazon, I explore the use of profanity in fantasy novels, and wander down yet another historical rabbit hole.

17:38

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What I'm working on right now

As of March 2019, Cadoc's Contact, the prelude to The Lord's of Skeinhold, is now available and exclusive to Amazon and Kindle Unlimited. It is the first of four books plan I publishing this year.

I am now working on the draft of The Prince's Bastard, Book 2 of The Lords of Skeinhold. So far, it's going very well, and I should have the first draft finished by the end of March.

I have also been interview by my good friend, fellow Australian blogger and reviewer, Mark Timmony. You read the interview over on Mark's website.

I've published the March edition of Rosser's Reads, naming The First of Shadows by Deck Matthews as my pick for the month. You can read my review of the book and interview with Deck Matthews here.

I have also launched my podcast, The Bottom Drawer. You can subscribe on iTunes or Overcast, or listen right here in your browser.