Good News and Bad News

The bad news is that in teleporting the manuscript backwards and forwards between Earth and Eden, Chapter 39 disappeared into the ether. This has left readers wondering how and why Dakota returned to the planet she was so glad to leave. The good news is that an e-book including the missing chapter is on its way and will be available on Kobo in the next few days. In more good news, the paperback version will be reprinted, including chapter 39, in the next couple of months. And if you’re lucky enough to have a copy of the original print run, who knows – a hundred years from now it may be worth millions.


Never before in human history has the lure of another planet been more tempting. Planet Earth is being used to wipe the arses of millionaire megalomaniacs with egos more fragile than our battered ecosystem. Is there any hope for mankind?
Traverse the void with Doug Winchcombe on a voyage of hope.

Coming Soon: Eden

Dr Douglas Winchcombe was a dreamer. He was last seen on planet Earth on the 29th of August 2018. Some considered him a genius – one of the finest scientific minds in Australia, if not the world, though he’d published remarkably few papers. Others considered him a clueless nerd, totally devoid of social skills, a caricature of the absent-minded professor. Most people didn’t consider him at all. But on Eden, despite his reluctance, he was practically God.