Daniel's exploits are a roller-coaster ride through a wild summer off the leash, the madness of share-house living, outback mustering of feral cattle, and nightclub excess. Told with driving energy, blunt honesty and dry humor, Feral Tracks shows why survival on the road means growing up fast.
"Mitchell's debut novel is stunning in its breadth of locations, vibrant characterizations and intelligent handling of contemporary issues ... this is an impressive, clever and entirely satisfying book." Viewpoint"The male version of Puberty Blues." ABC Radio
Euan Mitchell is a writer and tertiary teacher who lives in Melbourne, Australia. He has written two novels and numerous non-fiction books. Feral Tracks is Euan’s first novel, originally released in 1998. It was critically acclaimed and quickly became an independent bestseller in Australia and New Zealand. The screen rights were optioned by Asylum Films in 2000, although the screenplay remains unproduced. Feral Tracks was also short-listed for a readers’ choice award in Western Australia. In 2005 Euan gained his PhD, and has since taught at several universities in Melbourne.
Meanwhile, she must live with her family, pretending to be human. She tries to ignore her basic vampire needs, and begins to waste away. Alexis nearly takes out her entire family at a holiday meal. She knows she needs to take care of herself, but can't find the motivation until another supernatural steps in, concerned for her well-being. He's gorgeous, so what could go wrong? Other than the fact that he's a werewolf ...and her teacher.
*Silent Bite is a standalone novel within the Transformed series. It can be read separate from the rest of the books.* You can read Deception (#1) for FREE.
Silent Bite is a paranormal / urban fantasy romantic thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. In this book and the rest of the series, you'll find a supernatural world far beyond the normal scope of vampires and werewolves that you're used to. Buckle up and get ready for a ride full of twists and turns. Though it's written for and about teens, many adults also really enjoy the series. It's one for all ages - as long as you have an imagination and love surprises!
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Juliette Martin does not ever want to celebrate Christmas again, not when it means reliving the last one after her six-year-old son, Jeremiah, passed away on Christmas Eve.
She and husband, Gabe, find themselves snowed in at a mountain cabin with a pair of strays. Juliette desperately needs a miracle to save her marriage and restore her faith in God. Can a stray dog and an orphan boy help her believe in the magic of Christmas and the power of love?
Ever since giving up her powers, Lee has had to adjust to life without magic. It’s never been harder than when she and boyfriend Raj McKenna travel to Paris to spend winter break with Lee’s duplicate, Gray, and her boyfriend, Adrian Montez.
Celebrating the holidays with the shifty warlock isn’t Lee’s idea of a holly jolly good time, but she fears poor Gray is still under the influence of a love spell. Why else would she settle down with the brute? It’s up to Lee to make sure her duplicate isn’t being duped.
Holiday Magic is a special edition Spellbound story about love, forgiveness and second chances.
(Recommended after reading the Spellbound Trilogy, but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story. Entangled, book one, is free for download.)
“Euan Mitchell, author of the independent bestseller 'Feral Tracks', knows his rock’n’roll … and this laid-back, ironic take on the Australian music industry in the ’90s captures the spirit of the time. It’s fast-paced and grungy, full of backroom intrigue and colourful characters.”
“Loved it. I felt I knew almost all the seedy, manipulative, gold-digging music biz characters – but fortunately only on a two-faced, air-kiss kind of basis … Funny, astute, honest.”
Rob Hirst, Midnight Oil
“In the same way that 'Spinal Tap' is not a fiction, neither is 'Making Noises'. The stuff in both stories really does happen.”
John Archer, Hunters & Collectors
“Euan Mitchell does a nice line in laid-back prose.”
Sydney Morning Herald
Marty is a rock musician on the wrong side of thirty who needs to change his tastes in music, women and cities. Billy is fifteen, talented and in prison.
The two are thrown together by the fast-talking former politician, Perce "Perk" Harrigan, whose powerful friends have handed him the plum job of launching the Oz Rock Foundation. Oz Rock uses taxpayer dollars to promote hip bands and quietly lift the Prime Minister’s youth vote.
Harrigan and his sultry but fascist assistant, Ingrid, need to ‘spin’ Oz Rock into orbit despite the cynics. They enlist Marty’s help to manipulate Billy to the top of the music charts. But their greatest enemy may not be the one publicly calling for Harrigan’s head.
If you are self-publishing, then don’t turn off your readers with the 10 fatal writing errors described in this ebook, including confused tenses, head-hopping points of view, and dialogue without subtext.
Each and every mistake is easy to fix once you know how. Each chapter begins with a diagram containing solutions to punctuation problems that may have eluded you for years, including tricky apostrophes, dashes and semicolons.
From Chapter 9, Semicolonic Cleansing: “Semicolons are punctuation bling. They look flashy and like to strut their stuff. But much of the time, novice writers just stuff them up.”