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At 5:32pm on March 10, 2009, Mike Domigan said…
Hi Jarad,
Just purchased and read Blood Sunset and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have not been able to get a hold of your first book, Head Shot. Do you know of anywhere that has it in stock? I look foreward to the release of your latest work. Best regards, Mike.
At 4:45pm on June 20, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Jared
Congratulations on your writing successes and awards. I look forward to checking out your work.
At 3:56pm on June 20, 2008, Jackie Tritt said…
Hi Jarad

Glad my writers' group managed to book you through the VWC, for October 25th. Looking forward to meeting you then.

At 9:00am on March 17, 2008, Vikki Petraitis said…
Hi Jarad, I just joined last week so I'm new at this too. It's a great page. Lindy Cameron told me about it. I'm on holiday after this week so I will have time to puruse it better.
At 2:48pm on February 19, 2008, Jackie Tritt said…
Hi Jarad

Good to see you here. I've suggested my writers' group (Lazy River Writers, based in Belgrave) invite you as our guest speaker later on this year. The Writers' Centre supports us financially each year with an all day workshop and I think it's time crime had a go.


At 8:39am on February 18, 2008, Jarad Henry said…
Hiya Leigh
Nice to hear from ya! Yes indeed, both A&U babies now.... been a long time coming but worth it. Are you going to Byron Bay? If so, I'll catch you there! If not, you're on for St Kilda... it rocks, even in winter!
Take care and catch you in June.

Jarad :)
At 8:11pm on February 17, 2008, Leigh Redhead said…
Hey Jarad, great to hear the new book is out. I'll have to get it when I'm back in Australia in June. We are publishing house buddies now! Am still desperately trying to finish number four, but every computer I touch goes into meltdown. I swear I am cursed. Lets have a drink in St Kilda when I'm back. Cheers, Leigh xxx And PS Jarad's workshop is great, I did it in Adelaide!
At 1:41pm on February 15, 2008, Jarad Henry said…
Cops and Robbers - Writing the Perfect Crime Scene!

Workshop: Ever wanted to write a crime novel or short story? How do you get the procedure right? What about dialogue? And the crime scene? Who strings up the plastic tape, who calls in Homicide and the Coroner? In this workshop, you learn the ins and outs of real-life police drama and how to apply this to characters, giving your stories the essential ingredient of every great crime writer - verisimilitude.

When: Saturday 23 February, 10am - 4pm
Where: Victorian Writers Centre
Cost: $135, Members $95/$85 Rating: 1+2

www.writers-centre.org for more info
At 12:01pm on February 15, 2008, Karen from AustCrime said…
Hi Jarad - Nice to see you here - you've reminded me to catch up with Blood Sunset soon
At 9:12am on February 15, 2008, Jarad Henry said…
Check out the Blood Sunset trailer on You Tube.

At 9:11am on February 15, 2008, Jarad Henry said…
“…There are cops I know who call it the Blood Sunset: when the sun lowers itself into the bay and leaves the sky over St Kilda a dark crimson. It’s beautiful and threatening at the same time, but the tourists don’t see it that way. They only see the pretty colours and the calm water, the restaurants and the palm trees. What they don’t see are the stabbings and the fights, the brawls and the rapes. These are the things that happen after dark. The things only we see…”
Rubens McCauley
Detective Sergeant
St Kilda C.I.U.

“Complex, hard as nails, totally absorbing. Make no mistake, Jarad Henry is the real deal...”
JR Carroll Best Selling author of Cheaters & Blindside

“... Henry has redefined "dangerous" and it lurks on the brooding Melbourne streets - full of gangsters, drug dealers and alley crawlers …an absorbing storyline with dialogue that snaps brutally off the page…”
Crime Down Under

“Crime novels don't get more topical than this... Henry knows the genre and he knows how to write...”
Australian Book Review

“Winner of the 2006 FAW Jim Hamilton Award…”

“Short listed in the 2006 Australian Vogel Literary Awards...”

“Short listed in the 2006 Ned Kelly Awards… (Head Shot)”

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