Like a good single malt, this novel of mine has taken a long time to mature, but I am pleased to inform you that it is in its final stages. Control freak that I am, my current battle is to switch hats and complete the maps and cover design.
The book should be available mid-June, Deo volente. If you are a writer interested in an advance PDF copy for review or an interview with me, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mishka Gora is the author of Fragments of War and has written about faith, conscience, and international justice for more than a decade in publications such as Quadrant, Catholic365, and The Times of Israel.
An erstwhile historian (trained at Monash, UCLA, Brown, and UTas), she is the winner of the 2007 George Yule Essay Prize and featured in the 2012 Croatian documentary film Udruzena Nepravda (Joint Injustice). Mishka is married with four home-educated children and is passionate about tall ships, sword-fighting, and historical costume and cuisine.