Figments and Fragments Book Tour & Giveaway!

Figments and Fragments: Dark Stories
by Deborah Sheldon
Genre: Dark Horror, Crime Stories
Publisher: IFWG Publishing International
Publication Date: November 18, 2019
Brutal. Compelling. Sinister.
From wheat farms, roadhouses, caravan parks and beaches to quiet suburban streets and inner-city apartments, award-winning author Deborah Sheldon tells distinctly Australian stories about violence, loss, betrayal and revenge.
Figments and Fragments includes three new stories written especially for the collection.
I’m an award-winning author from Melbourne, Australia. I write short stories, novellas and novels across the darker spectrum.
My latest releases, through several publishing houses, include the horror novels “Body Farm Z”, “Contrition”, and “Devil Dragon”; the horror novella “Thylacines”; the crime-noir novellas “Dark Waters” and “Ronnie and Rita”; and the dark fantasy and horror collection “Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories” (winner of the Australian Shadows Best Collected Work 2017).
My short fiction has appeared in many well-respected magazines such as Quadrant, Island, Aurealis, SQ Mag, and Midnight Echo. My fiction has been shortlisted for numerous Australian Shadows Awards and Aurealis Awards, long-listed for a Bram Stoker Award, and included in various “best of” anthologies. I’m also guest editor of this year’s edition of Midnight Echo.
Other credits include TV scripts such as Neighbours and Australia’s Most Wanted, feature articles for national magazines, non-fiction books published by Reed Books and Random House, and award-winning medical writing.
Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!


5 thoughts on “Figments and Fragments Book Tour & Giveaway!

  1. One of the most unique covers I’ve seen. I have a hard time with horror books or movies. I’m an empath and they stay with me a long time and affect my sleep and composure. Rosanne

  2. It’s nice to see Australian writing that isn’t either historical or all set in the outback. I first came to a Deborah Sheldon novel when I read her bio-horror novella Thylacines.

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