Neil C. Cladingboel
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About Neil C. Cladingboel
Born in the United Kingdom and moving to Australia as a child, Neil dabbled with creative writing and contemporary poetry for many years. Publishing Reflections, book one of The Erebus Equilibrium series, in November 2000, was the realization of a life-long dream.
Neil has since published The Anvil Amulet and Wraith Tide, books two and three of the Erebus series, Tale Spin, a collection of short fiction, and various other short stories.
In 2005, Neil published Bortag's Curse, a companion novel to the original trilogy. Beloved Sons, the long-awaited conclusion to the Erebus series, was released in 2013.
Neil is a member of the Australian Horror Writers Association, founder of Equilibrium Books (now closed), and was the editor of FlashSpec Anthology (2006-2007). He has also contributed stories, articles and reviews to numerous web sites and e-zines.
Titles By Neil C. Cladingboel
Table of Contents:
Tradition ~ Martin Livings
The Christmas Before Night ~ Neil Cladingboel
When All Goes Cold ~ David Schembri
Oh Christmas Tree ~ Jason Nahrung
Christmas Spirit ~ Chris Mason
Ever Near To Us ~ Bernie Rutkay
I’ll Be Home For Christmas ~ Greg Chapman
The Gift ~ Mark Smith-Briggs
Three Doors Down ~ Cameron Trost
Hairy Plopper and the Half-Blood Pudding ~ Keith Williams When This You See, Think Of Me ~ Deborah Sheldon
A Christmas Carillon ~ Joy Loggie
Christmas Past ~ Anthony Ferguson
Do Not Open This Gift ~ Chris Ferdinands
Propeller ~ C S Hughes
Feeding The Fire ~ Barb Ettridge
All I Want ~ Angela J Maher
Grandmother Rina ~ Geneve Flynn
Strange How Potent Cheap Music Can Be ~ Rob Barden Santa’s Slay ~ Louise Zedda-Sampson
Home For Christmas ~ Trevor Cleland
The Carol Singer At The Back ~ Rebecca Fraser Christmas Morning ~ Steve Paulsen
Alone ~ Steve Herczeg
The Thought That Counts ~ Christopher Pulo
Roland’s Merry Christmas ~ Gerry Huntman
Bitterness Of Brugmansia ~ Helen Stubbs
Old Man Christmas ~ Andy Cull
Christmas Presence ~ Matthew R Davis
Yellagonga ~ Shane Jiraiya Cummings
Rescue By Santa ~ Noel Osualdini
A Hellish Christmas ~ Onyx D’Castro-Noack
A Christmas Retribution ~ Silvia Brown
Ghosts Of Christmases Past ~ Darren Gore
The Daughter Of Clay ~ Shaun Taylor
Three Little Words ~ Steve Dillon
The Covenant Guarantee ~ Adam Bertram
Living With Loss ~ Alan Baxter
In A Perfect World ~ Michael Claudius
Deck The Walls ~ Claire Fitzpatrick
The ancient city of Bortag, home of the moon-worshipping Astronomers' Guild, is the backdrop for this intriguing journey through Earth's history.
For Jonathan Malone, exiled in Erebus and assigned the task of researching this ancient culture, the secrets of Bortag's Curse may hold more than just the answers he's looking for; solving perhaps an even greater mystery, dating back to the very origins of mankind's evolution, and beyond.
Bortag's Curse takes the legend of Erebus to a whole new level. Written as a companion novel to the series, it can be enjoyed both as a stand-alone adventure, and as a stunning sequel or prequel to the earlier trilogy.
From the subtle irony of Moonshadow and the humour of Tanked, to the romance of Queen of Hearts, or the startling Cabin Fever, each story presents a wonderful spin on its genre. There's even a treat for fans of the author's Erebus series with the story, Sandman, an enchanting tale that can be read as either a prequel, or sequel to the fantasy series.
As a bonus to readers, this new and revised Kindle edition also contains the author's novella, Restless Harts, as well as all of his previously published short works and flash fiction stories, including Weatherwood, Ghost of Elysium and Behind Closed Doors.
This sometimes amusing, yet often thought-provoking compendium of original tales, creates a spellbinding journey filled with twists and turns, and culminates with the tongue-in-cheek audacity of the title story!
"A collection of vivid, inventive stories with more unexpected twists than a left-handed corkscrew!" -Simon Haynes, author of Hal Spacejock
When Supreme Elder Solandra announces to the assembled Council that she personally witnessed the Keeper's demise, revealing that Jonathan Malone was the assailant, Erebus is thrown into chaos, and a subsequent search for Malone's whereabouts proves fruitless.
Having fled Erebus with Kryl of the Helices, a shocked and confused Jonathan is unaware he is being hunted as a fugitive, struggling as he is with the unusual circumstances of his return to Earth, where his consciousness has split across two very different timelines.
When Kryl explains to him what has happened, and it becomes apparent that malevolent forces are at play, Jonathan realises that he must somehow get word back to Erebus to warn the Council of Elders.
Trapped across two realities, wanted for murder, and with the Equilibrium under threat from a dark and powerful enemy, Jonathan must also face a devastating personal sacrifice to prevent the deaths of his infant nephews, his sister Sarah's beloved sons.
Beloved Sons concludes the Erebus series and continues events from the conclusion of Wraith Tide, and the trilogy companion novel, Bortag's Curse.