I very much enjoyed the Rephaim series. When I read your books I feel like I am there. After reading Shadows I was immediately hooked. I wanted more of the story, to solve the mystery, and learn more about these amazing characters. Rafa is my favorite. I do not typically re-read a book unless it moves me and I have read shadows 3 times, and burn twice. Thank you for bringing these books and characters to all of us.
I occasionally look to see if you have new books coming out and was excited to see that something is coming soon. I am looking forward to reading it. I hope it will be in the US soon!
Thank you LeAnne. I hope it will be in the US soon too, but no news on that front yet. 🙂
I REALLY loved every one of your books in this series! Honestly I could not put them down and I finished all four of them within 3 and a half days! You are an amazing author and I really hope that you don’t stop writing because I’m sure you have many more wonderful ideas to bring in this world! I really cannot wait to read what you have in store for us and I like so many of your other wonderful fans, will be waiting for your next book. Until then, I’m really REALLY hoping you would write and possibly publish a short story/novel about Jude and Daisy…? I absolutely adore them in every way imaginable. Thank you for your amazing work, it really made the bad days better 🙂 Love from U.S!
Thanks Julie! That’s some power reading. 🙂 I’m fully immersed in a writing a new, non-Rephaim book, but I do occasionally daydream about Jude and Daisy…so who knows. 🙂
Thanks so much for your message. I really appreciate it.
Just read the first book shadows. As younger reader I truly loved the book. I just wish my school had the other 3 books so i could finish the series
I’ve just finished all the books in a silly short time frame. I got absolutely hooked in the rephaim world, and even after I’ve finished them I can’t stop thinking about them!! Will you be releasing more books about the Ankida?
Thanks Jess 🙂 I don’t have immediate plans to write more books in that world (I have a totally new book due out next year – a stand-alone thriller), but certainly wouldn’t close the door to the idea down the track. I’m so pleased you enjoyed the series.
I was wondering whether you were have any books that you are writing at the moment or are coming out soon?
Yes, I’m working on a new project right now – a stand-alone novel that’s a totally new story. It’s set in Australia, is a thriller (I think that’s best way I can describe it!) and features a guy, and a girl who has a special ‘skill’. It will be published in 2017, so it’s still a little way away… I’ll be able to talk about it more later in the year. Thanks for your message. 🙂
I’ve only just recently come across these series of books and ive read them all within a week and now seriously having withdraws lol not much of a book reader but this one kept me up all night and I loved it I know burns the last but It feels like there’s more to come. Is there a possibility that there could be another one ?
Thanks heaps from a very HUGE fan 🙂
Thanks for the lovely message! 🙂 I really appreciate it. I’m working on something totally new at the moment and don’t have any specific plans for further books featuring the Rephaim… but I never say never, and I do love those characters and that world, so yes, I have left an opening or two. Just in case. 🙂
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I’m the author of the Rephaim series. The Undercurrent, a stand-alone speculative thriller set in near-future Australia, will be released by Text Publishing in August 2017.
For my day job, I’m a writer-journalist-professional communicator, where my writing involves a lot less profanity.
I grew up in regional South Australia and now live in Brisbane with my husband.
If you’re interested in how I came to land a publishing deal, you can read the short version in this post from August 2011. There’s a longer version (in a guest post) here.