Author Archives: mgbauer
Ever wondered about the story behind the inspiration, creation and development of the ERIC VALE series? No? Well bad luck, because that’s what this blog is going to be all about! Strangely enough, the whole Eric Vale series owes its … Continue reading
blog 48: In which I bring you up to speed with what’s been slowing me down. (This one’s especially for you Gabbie.)
In my last post I proudly and boldly announced that I had “returned with a fierce determination to write often and incisively on the big issues“. Then two months passed without a word. That’s right. I totally suck at fierce determination. However … Continue reading
It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged, however never fear. I have now returned with a fierce determination to write often and incisively on the big issues that confront us all on a daily basis, and fearlessly addressing them … Continue reading
My last post for Brisbane City Council Libraries is on RESOLUTIONS and came be found HERE.
See the book trailer for the Templar Publishing UK edition of ISHMAEL and the RETURN of the DUGONGS – HERE. Je suis un rock star!
blog 44: In which some strange and wonderful things are discovered in the Great Bauer Garage Clean-up of 2012
The Great Bauer Garage Clean-up of 2012 lasted three days. I was lucky to get out of there alive. It certainly would have killed a lesser man. I did however unearth a few interesting artefacts along the way. Things such as … Continue reading
When I started this blog I didn’t really know what it would be about (I still don’t) but I was pretty sure it wouldn’t be about writing advice – at least not serious writing advice. That’s because I’m not that certain … Continue reading
A book trailer for the UK edition of Don’t Call Me Ishmael published by Templar can be seen HERE. And my third blog for the Brisbane City Council iBRARY webpage where I talk about story ideas can be seen HERE.
My second IBRARY Blog is up now. You can see it HERE. It’s about books and how they make great Christmas presents. (See photos below for visual aid.) In the blog I also list some of my favourite Young Adult … Continue reading