Dimension6 Annual Collection shortlisted for award

Dimension6 Annual Collection 2017, which features a story by Paul Speller, has been shortlisted for an award.

The anthology, including Paul’s haunting story The Curious Child, is a finalist in the Best Anthology category of the 2017 Aurealis Awards.

The awards, which cover science fiction, horror and fantasy, are organised by the Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation.

Coordinator Tehani Croft said: ‘We continue to be impressed by the breadth of entries, with publishers from all over the world ensuring the work of their creators is considered.

‘This year the judges read more than 800 entries across the categories.’

The winners of all categories will be announced during a ceremony held at the Swancon convention in Perth over the Easter weekend.

The Dimension6 Annual Collection is available in ebook format from Amazon or direct from publisher Coeur de Lion .

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Paul’s latest story, The Curious Child, now available at leading booksellers

Paul Speller’s short story The Curious Child is now available through two of the world’s biggest e-book suppliers.

The story, originally published in October, has been included in the Dimension6 Annual Collection 2017, which is available at both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

It is one of 10 stories included in the collection and tells the haunting tale of how a family’s move to a new home turns sour, with horrifying consequences.

The Kindle version of the collection, price £1.20, is available at amazon.co.uk and the Nook version is available for US$1 at barnesandnoble.com

His debut short story, Baby Blue Eyes, was published in Writing Magazine last year, after winning a competition. It is due to be shown to a new audience just before Christmas, when it will re-published by the online horror fiction website Lonesome October Lit.

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The Curious Child now published in Dimension6

Paul Speller’s latest short story, The Curious Child, has now been published in Dimension6, a leading speculative fiction digital magazine.

The Curious Child is the haunting tale of how a family’s move to a new how goes wrong, with disastrous consequences.

Dimension6 is part of the Coeur de Lion publishing stable in Australia. It publishes the best in speculative fiction by new and emerging authors, both from Australia and around the world.

If you want to download it in Kindle (mobi)  or e-pub format, you can do so for free from the Dimension6 website here.

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New short story published this Friday

The new edition of Dimension6 magazine, which features Paul’s latest story, The Curious Child, is due to publish on Friday.

Dimension6 publishes the ‘best new stories from established authors and fresh voices’ in speculative fiction. It features work from international authors.

The Curious Child is the haunting tale of how a family’s move to a new home turns sour, with horrifying consequences

The new edition of Dimension6, including The Curious Child, is free to download and can be found  at https://coeurdelion.com.au/dimension6/

In addition, an omnibus of all this year’s Dimension6 stories will be released by the end of the year and available through Amazon and other sites.

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The return of the blog

Blog headerPaul Speller has this week re-launched his blog.
After a hiatus of nearly two years, during which time Paul has concentrated on his journalism and PR work, the blog is returning with a new name, Twisted, and contains his first post in a while.
The new-look blog is heading in a different direction from his previous offerings, as Paul continues to pursue his interests in writing fiction. But all the old posts are still there for you to read.
You can check out the blog and Paul’s latest posts by clicking here, or on the Blog section of the menu.
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