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Our latest book

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Stars Uncharted. Character-oriented space opera. A chase through space. All Nika and Josune want to do is survive, but the Company is after them, and in this universe, the Company always wins.

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Linesman series

Linesman series

If you're looking for the Linesman series, click here to see more about Ean Lambert and his friends. There are three books, Linesman, Alliance and Confluence.

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Monthly progress report

Monthly progress report

We also do a monthly progress report, which is a moodometer of how we're feeling at the start of the month, and a quick summary of anything important that happened.

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Hello, and welcome to S. K. Dunstall.com, the website for authors Sherylyn and Karen Dunstall.

 

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    What we’ve been doing

    Continuum 15 I spent the week before last off work sick. I recovered just in time for our local speculative fiction convention here in Melbourne, Continuum. It was good, and I was over the bug, but everything passed in a haze. I was so exhausted post-bug, post-convention that I couldn’t even get the energy to... Read more →

    This dinosaur has succumbed to the inevitable

    Yesterday I bought myself a new phone. I can’t say I even wanted to upgrade.  I loved my little Microsoft Windows phone.  It’s easy to use, and synched in with my Microsoft account, so that anything on it went back to my laptop and my home PC. Very convenient.  Yes, you can do this with... Read more →

    Slave driver

    We found this rather addictive app on the iPad called Merge Dragons.  It’s a game that allows you do exactly what it says.  Merge dragons. They have occasional weekend special games, where you get nice prizes if you go on and do the special event. The trick is to collect enough points to collect all... Read more →

    One Saturday in May

    Saturday was election day in Australia. I have to admit to being disappointed with the result. Not just because I was hoping for a government that would take climate change more seriously, but mostly because the winning party indulged in a scare campaign that worked. All they seemed to do was tell you how much... Read more →

    A reader question about the lines

    A reader asks: When Gruen comes aboard her ship luckily all went fine. But what if Ean hadn’t said, “Don’t kill,” through the lines and she had not listened to humans and killed Radko and Ean? How would the Gruen lines feel with Ean dead, especially line eight which could have saved him, but did... Read more →