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Runcible Jones: The Gate to Nowhere by Ian Irvine

The Gate to Nowhere is about a small boy called Runcie whose father died in a fire and mother went to prison for having an illegal book about magic in her possession. 101 more words


3rd September, 2015

The week has flown! I guess it’s the end of term for us teachers and things become a little more frenetic, trying to tie up loose ends in the teaching program and running out of time to do it! 466 more words

Living In London

Shameless plug, but it's part of the story...

Back in 2005, I had this manuscript I’d been carrying around for a few years. I’d been adding to it, poking at it. I’d done a half-hearted job of sending out queries — mostly because my boys were small, and I was chicken. 444 more words


Book Review: Vengeance - Ian Irvine

It’s been about a month since I last posted; life has just gotten in the way! Sometimes it can be a big pain in the butt, yet here I am with another review and another couple to follow. 359 more words


A Brutal Truth

‘The mind of a writer can be a truly terrifying thing: isolated, neurotic, caffeine-addled, crippled by procrastination and consumed by feelings of panic, self-loathing and soul-crushing inadequacy. 1,418 more words


Letter: We need variable tolls for bridges

Re; “Indignation over Champlain Bridge toll is unwarranted” (Opinion, Sept. 23)

It is true, as Concordia University professor Ian Irvine says, that we cannot have our cake and eat it too. 57 more words


Snapshot 2014: Ian Irvine

IAN IRVINE, a marine scientist who has developed some of Australia’s national guidelines for protection of the marine environment, has also written 30 novels. These include the bestselling… 1,123 more words