The Hidden Genes of Professor K is the ‘Outstanding Thriller’ of 2017

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!My friends, I have some exciting news about The Hidden Genes of Professor K I would like to share with you. The book has just been declared a winner in the 2017 American Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards and has been named the ‘Outstanding Thriller” of 2017, as part of an international contest.Needless to say, none of this would have been possible without you, my readers, your encouragement, and support. ... Read more →
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Art and Science meet Literature at the Vivid Ideas Festival, Sydney, 2017

The cover of The Hidden Genes of Professor K featured recently on the big screen at a Vizbi presentation in Sydney as part of the famous VIVID Ideas Festival.I was invited to make a presentation about the book cover which was designed in collaboration with the data visualisation team at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research here in Sydney. The cover is an excellent example of art and science reaching out to meet literature and shows the P53 gene winding ... Read more →
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Palmer Innovation Prize for 2017

I thought you might find this article interesting. I have a long association with the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney. In fact, my book, The Hidden Genes of Professor K, was inspired by the talented scientists working there. Without their help and guidance, the book would not have come to fruition, nor would I have mastered the complex science featured in the storyline.But that's not all! The book I'm working on at the moment - Professor K and ... Read more →
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Life after The Hidden Genes of Professor K

Life after The Hidden Genes of Professor K...Firstly, a big 'thank you' to all my readers for their encouragement and support, comments and wonderful reviews since the release of the book late last year.The greatest sense of satisfaction a writer can strive for is positive feedback. Well, my friends, I'm delighted to tell you that not only has The Hidden Genes of Professor K been well received - especially in the US, Europe and Australia - but it appears to ... Read more →
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The Hidden Genes of Professor K; Chapter 3

Jack Rogan looked at the army of waiting drivers holding up signs and was trying to find one with his name on it. Having experienced hair-raising trips to the Kuragin Chateau from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport in the past, he had taken his publicist’s advice and arranged a hire car to take him there this time.Don’t be silly, Jack, you’re a celebrity now, he remembered Rebecca Armstrong tell him sternly. You can afford it; trust me.Remembering Rebecca’s words brought a ... Read more →
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