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16th May 2015
Hi everyone, so sorry for the long hiatus! There's been serious illness in my family since 2012 and I just had to be there as needed. The good news is that I've been busy planning and writing two new series as well as the next book in the Timestalker series.

So stay tuned there'll be a new book out soon and many more to follow.

In fact I've just come back from Comic Gong where I was looking for possible models for the covers of the new books. It was lots of fun talking to the friendly cosplayers - all I can say is wow they looked great!!! If you can - make sure you get to it next year.
October 2012
Read the post "Writing the Timestalker series" on the the Voyager blog.
September 2012
Read the post "Writing Coyote's sacred landscape" on the Voyager blog.
September 2012
Coyote, the latest adventure in the Timestalker series has just been released. Kannon Dupree, the time travelling detective, is hired to find the missing diary of a Wild West hero. The chase takes Kannon through the middle of an Indian War, via a mysterious convent of nuns banished to die in the desert and into an ancient pueblo city on a cursed mesa sacred to Coyote, the trickster god. Check here to find out more and read an excerpt.
June 2012
Read the Snapshot 2012 interview with Rhonda on Tansy Rayner Roberts' blog.
May 2012
The third book in the Timestalker series is due out in September 2012. In it Kannon goes on a completely different kind of adventure to Hoodwink, in a completely different century - 1867. No scandal-ridden, twentieth century film sets, no noir detectives lurking in trench coats or pampered, psychotic Hollywood starlets in this one. Instead Kannon goes undercover as a bounty hunter and gets down and dirty with lots of danger, mystery and full throttle action. Stay tuned to this news page in July-August for a lot more details of the next adventure.
February 2012
Read a copy of the Voyager blog post about Hoodwink and the Timestalker series "Life and Death in Sin City:The Mayan Tree of Life in Jungle Hollywood".
January 2012
Read the blog posting about Hoodwink and the Timestalker series on the Rowena Cory Daniells website, "Rhonda Roberts' Time Travelling Detective visits Holllywood in the glamorous 30s".
January 2012
Read the blog posting about Hoodwink and the Timestalker series on the Sisters in Crime, Australia website, "Hoodwinked by the Bad Women of Noir".
December 2011
Hoodwink, the second book in the Timestalker series, published by HarperCollins (Aust) is in bookstores now. Hoodwink is set in Hollywood in 1939. Read a copy of the Voyager Blog, "Time Travel, Tattoos and Gone With the Wind".
October 2011
Rhonda had a ball at SheKilda, the Australian Women Crime Writers' Convention held by Sisters in Crime Australia. They're a great bunch who relish a good crime and a good time. Definitely check them out if you can.
August 2011
Hoodwink, the second book in the Timestalker series, will be published by HarperCollins (Aust) in December 2011. Hoodwink is set in Hollywood in 1939.

Interview with Rhonda published on Rowena Cory Daniells' blog.
June 2010
Gladiatrix was nominated for a Norma K. Hemming Award. The Norma K. Hemming Award marks excellence in the exploration of themes of race, gender, class and sexuality:
  • in the form of science fiction and fantasy or related artwork or media.
  • produced either in Australia or by Australian citizens.
  • first published, released or presented in the calendar year preceding the year in which the award is given.
The Australian Science Fiction Foundation (ASFF) will launch this major new award at Aussiecon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, being held in Melbourne on 2–6 September 2010.
May 2010
Gladiatrix was nominated for a Davitt Award. The Davitt is awarded by the Sisters in Crime (Australia) literary society. It's for the best crime novel by an Australian woman published in book form in Australia in the previous year.
April 2010
Gladiatrix was nominated for a Ned Kelly Award for best first novel. Ned Kelly Awards or Neddies are presnted by the Crime Writers Association of Australia.
February 2010
Snapshot interview with Rhonda published on Tansy Rayner Roberts' blog.
February 2010
Rhonda became a Visiting Author on the Ripping Ozzie Reads website and contributes to their blog. Ripping Ozzie Reads is a website where "Australian speculative fiction authors offer you the chance to dip into worlds of wonder and imagination..." definitely worth checking out.
May 2009
Rhonda was interviewed by Nick Rheinberger of the Illawarra ABC radio.
Listen to the interview (MP3 2.9 Mb)
May 2009
Gladiatrix the first book in the Timestalker series, about a time travelling detective, was published by HarperCollins (Aust). It is available from all good book stores.