Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon i(A91570 works by)
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Deborah Sheldon has written television scripts, feature articles for national magazines and non-fiction books. Her play,'We Have What You Want' was a finalist in the 2009 Eltham Little Theatre National Ten-Minute Quickie competition. Deborah's short stories have appeared in Quadrant magazine, page seventeen, The Outpost, Positive Words, FreeXpresSion and Eclecticism.

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What the Sea Wants SQ Mag , March no. 25 2016 single work short story fantasy

'The Mary Jane sails away from the storm that almost took her, and it looks like plain sailing hereon out to Joseph. However, the sea is a fickle mistress, hiding all manner of plans behind her deceptively gentle waves.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2016 shortlisted Australian Shadows Award Short Fiction
Devil Dragon 2016 single work novel horror

'Dr. Erin Harris may be a scientist, but she has an unscientific obsession: to find a living Varanus priscus. Cryptozoologists call it the Devil dragon. This giant Australian reptile went extinct some 12,000 years ago but like Bigfoot or Nessie, there are occasional sightings. Spurred by a credible witness, Erin cobbles together an expedition party consisting of herself, the witness, and his deer-hunting neighbours. They travel into the unexplored heart of a remote national park. Erin, believing the Devil dragon to be a larger version of the Komodo, is confident she can outwit a specimen. However, the terrifying monster that lumbers out of the bush is a savage and unpredictable predator the size of a campervan. To escape, Erin must transform herself from genteel university lecturer to hard-core survivalist.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2016 shortlisted Australian Shadows Award Novel
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