Robert Batten

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Author

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I'll be at AI Con in April

The Anime Island Convention (AICon) is on again in Hobart, running from 6 to 8 April at the Wrest Point Convention Centre. Last year was my first time with a table. It was just after successfully winning the Launch Pad competition and I used the weekend to chat to people about the book and learn how to do a convention.
When I booked my table for this year, I was hoping to have early copies of my book to show off, but… that’s not going to be ready. But don’t worry! I have plans!
My book won’t be out, but I have a bunch of friends published by Inkshares (my publisher) who’s books are out, so I’m running a giveaway! I’ve bought a set of Inkshares books that should appeal to my audience and I’ll be giving them away by the end of the weekend. If you’re attending, come along to my table to enter.

Speaking of my table, I have a sweet location this year — right outside the second hall. Check it out!

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A God in the Shed Optioned

Those of you who follow my blog will already know I’m a fan of JF Dubeau’s The Life Engineered.
This week, news broke that his next book, A God in the Shed has been optioned by Skydance for TV development. See the announcement on The Tracking Board here.

So you’ve inadvertently trapped an ancient trans-dimensional god in your backyard shed; what do you do? That’s what Venus McKenzy and her friends would like to know.

This is exciting news -- both because I think Dubeau is a great author and I’m excited for him, and because it is another milestone for Inkshares as they continue to disrupt the publishing industry.
Congratulations to both JF Dubeau and the Inkshares team!

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