C.S. PACAT NEWS

3rd Captive Prince short story now available for preorder!

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April 6, 2017

I'm so excited to announce that The Adventures of Charls the Veretian Cloth Merchant the third Captive Prince short story is now available for preorder! Official release May 3rd 2017 Preorder Amazon | Kobo The Adventures of Charls the Veretian Cloth Merchant is the second of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. It follows the dealings of a humble cloth merchant in the days before the royal Ascension. Set after the events of The Summer Palace. read this post
 

The Summer Palace – second Captive Prince short story now on sale!

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January 5, 2017

I'm so excited to announce that The Summer Palace the second Captive Prince short story is now on sale! BUY IT NOW Amazon | Kobo The Summer Palace is the second of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. It follows the relationship between Damen and Laurent and is set after the events of Kings Rising. It's an epilogue of sorts to the Captive Prince series. read this post
 

New Captive Prince Short Story – now available for preorder!

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December 24, 2016

I'm so excited to announce that The Summer Palace the second Captive Prince short story is now available for preorder! Official release January 5th 2017 Preorder Amazon | Kobo The Summer Palace is the second of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. Set after the events of Kings Rising, it is a story about Damen and Laurent and an epilogue of sorts to the Captive Prince trilogy. read this post
 

ABC’s THE BOOK CLUB

December 15, 2016

I had an amazing time appearing on the year end special of ABC TV's The Book Club on December 13th! My book of 2016 was The Cursed Child, along with a second "under the radar" book. If you missed it on the night, you can always catch up on the episode at this link via iView - for those not in Australia the episode should be up on iTunes in a week or two! read this post
 

Green but for a Season – first Captive Prince short story now on sale!

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September 21, 2016

I'm so excited to announce that Green but for a Season the first Captive Prince short story is now on sale! PURCHASE Amazon | Kobo Green but for a Season is the first of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. It follows the relationship between Jord and Aimeric and is set during the events of Prince's Gambit. read this post
 

Second Captive Prince short story – title reveal!

September 3, 2016

As a thank you for the amazing response and preorder success of Green but for a Season, I can reveal the title of the next Captive Prince short story will be... The Summer Palace! The Summer Palace will be an epilogue of sorts to Kings Rising and will focus on the characters of Damen and Laurent. ‘There’s a summer palace in Ios outside the capital. My mother designed the gardens there. They say it’s built on Artesian foundations.’ He thought of the meandering walks, the delicate, flowering southern orchids, the sprays of orange blossom. ‘It’s cool in summer, and there are fountains, and tracks for riding.’ His pulse beat with uncharacteristic nerves, so that he felt almost shy. ‘When all this is over . . . we could take horses and stay a week in the palace.’ Release date, cover and preorder info for The Summer Palace will be coming[...] read this post
 

Green but for a Season hits #1 in short fiction on Amazon!

September 3, 2016

Green but for a Season the first Captive Prince short story just hit #1 in short fiction on Amazon! Thank you all so much for your amazing support, you guys are the best! You can preorder Green but for a Season here: Amazon | Kobo Green but for a Season is the first of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. It follows the relationship between Jord and Aimeric and is set during the events of Prince's Gambit. read this post
 

New Captive Prince Short Story – now available for preorder!

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September 1, 2016

I'm so excited to announce that Green but for a Season the first Captive Prince short story is now available for preorder! Official release September 20th 2016 Preorder Amazon | Kobo Green but for a Season is the first of a series of four Captive Prince short stories. It follows the relationship between Jord and Aimeric and is set during the events of Prince's Gambit. read this post
 

Newsletter launch competition!

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August 24, 2016

In the coming weeks I'll be launching my official newsletter, and to celebrate I wanted to run a sign up competition! Sign up here to receive the official newsletter Anyone who has signed up before Thursday 31st August goes into the running to receive a signed set of the Captive Prince trilogy as well as a free copy of the new Captive Prince short story Green but for a Season. All subscribers are eligible, including those who have signed up in past months either online or at live events. The winner will be announced in the newsletter! The first edition of the newsletter will contain: An exclusive sneak-peek of the new short story Green but for a Season Release dates and info on the new short stories Exclusive behind the scenes news on up-coming projects A fanart spotlight, which will feature in each newsletter, showcasing my favourite Captive Prince art[...] read this post
 

Events in Melbourne and Brisbane!

August 10, 2016

I'll be appearing at Brisbane Comic Con September 17th and 18th! So excited to be returning to Brisbane and to be taking part in the amazing Oz Comic Con. Click here for more details on the con. I'm excited to announce that I'll be taking part in two fantastic events as part of the Melbourne Writers Festival! Writing Gender How are issues of masculinity and femininity explored by authors? Why do authors choose to write certain characters? Nick Earls, Jacinta Halloran and CS Pacat dig deep into writing gender, from research and risks to the politics of representation. With Kate Cuthbert. So excited to be appearing at the Melbourne Writers Festival September 4th at 10am talking “Writing Gender” with the amazing Nick Earls, Jacinta Halloran and Kate Cuthbert. Can’t wait for this one, should be a fantastic discussion! For tickets and more information CLICK THIS LINK. Feminist Genre Writing Crime[...] read this post