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About Clare Rhoden
Clare Rhoden is a writer, blogger and book reviewer from Melbourne Australia. She writes historical fiction, science fiction and fantasy, and is a scholar of WWI literature.
There are many animal characters in her work, who seem to know much more than the humans...
Titles By Clare Rhoden
Harry Fletcher is a confident young man.
Harry’s sure that he will marry Nora MacTiernan, no matter what their families say. He’s certain that he will always be there to protect Eddie, the boy his father saved from the gutters of Port Adelaide.
Only the War to End All Wars might get in the way of Harry’s plans…
From the beaches of Semaphore to the shores of Gallipoli, the mud of Flanders to the red dust of inland South Australia, this is a story of love, brotherhood, and resilience.
Where the Weird Things Are is an Australian Speculative Fiction travel guide to the freaky and fantastic of Australia and Aotearoa.
Let our fourteen authors take you to their hometowns, to places they know like the back of their hand, and listen to their tales of ghosts, local legends and monsters.
We hope you enjoy this tour from Mandurah to Mount Buffalo, from Cairns to The Bay of Plenty, and that you survive unscathed.
This anthology features original stories by Clare Rhoden, Madeleine D'Este, Casey Campbell, Austin P. Sheehan, Faran Silverton, E. H. Alger, Emily Wrayburn, Eva Leppard, Chris Mason, Sarah Jane Justice, M. R. Mortimer, Lucy Fox, Geraldine Borella and Emma Louise Gill.
Toby’s family is not an ordinary family.
They are magical, talented, and special.
His father is a twin and works at the hospital. His older sister wants to be a lawyer. But his dad is also a renowned wizard, as is his uncle, and his sister can influence people. His mum was special too, but she had to leave…
Toby isn’t any of those things. The only special thing he can do is pretty useless. Toby can talk with cats.
When Toby and his sister rescue a family of abandoned cats on the side of the road and Toby spots a mysterious silver bangle in the gutter, everything changes.
Mia is Toby’s best friend. She’s not magical either – she doesn’t even know magic exists! But when she watches Toby get on the wrong bus to school and a ferocious bus driver screams away with Toby on board, Mia’s world is about to change too.
How to Survive Your Magical Family is an exciting adventure filled with mystery, cats, friendship, and of course, magic!
Law is a challenging and competitive subject to study at university. You need to become familiar with its peculiar language and complicated practices as quickly as possible if you want to do well.
Drawing on the experiences of hundreds of students, Studying Law at University demystifies your law course. With reliable tips and practical suggestions, it shows you how to: understand key legal concepts; read cases; take useful notes; become an active learner; manage your time; write law essays; sit law exams.
Updated to take into account the increasing use of the internet, this second edition of Studying Law at University tells you everything you need to know to get good marks and enjoy your studies.
In Black Ink Fiction’s “Fantasy on Four Feet,” you'll be enthralled and shown exactly why we have a love for the four-footed creatures, thanks to these nine gifted authors:
- Aveline Pérez de Vera
- Clare Rhoden
- Clint Foster
- Eugen Bacon
- Jeff Clulow
- Leanbh Pearson
- McKenzie Richardson
- Nat Whiston
- Tim Law
But so can the inside.
It’s been years since the original cataclysm, but life has been structured, peaceful, and most of all uneventful in the Pale. The humachine citizens welcome the order provided by their ruler, the baleful Regent.
However, when one of their own rescues a human boy, Hector, from ravenous ferals on the Outside, their careful systems are turned upside down.
As Hector grows more and more human-strange, the citizens of the Pale grow uneasy. What will happen when the Outside tries to get in?
Exiled from the Pale, humachine Hector has found a home with the tribes Outside.
Or has he?
While the canini struggle to care for the human twins, Feather travels Broad Plain to reunite them with their father. But his own family is scattered as the Pale sends out its terrifying army and the land itself buckles beneath them.
Can anyone survive the ruination of the land?
The safe world of the Pale is under threat.
Inside the policosmos, the new Regent Adaeze strives for dominance over the all-powerful Senior Forecaster, but the Pale’s humachine citizens are unaware that their city is close to collapse.
Outside on Broad Plain, the exiled human Hector undertakes a dangerous trek to find a safe haven for the orphaned twins.
How can anyone survive as their world shifts underneath them?