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Shamelessly stolen from my friends at Raise a Racket (because I'm a huge Pip Ballantine Fan!)

Shamelessly stolen from my friends at

Raise a Racket                            (because I'm a huge Pip Ballantine Fan!)

Philippa Ballantine Releases Today- Interview upcoming

Posted: 20 Mar 2009 03:18 PM PDT

Philippa Ballantine releases her newest novel Weather Child today on

Weather Child by Philippa Ballantine

Weather Child by Philippa Ballantine

The blurb for Weather Child:

New Zealand’s first podiobook author, Philippa Ballantine, brings her first tale set totally in homeland. Step back in time and sideways into an alternate world, where magicians and seraphim are found only on the shores of the Long White Cloud. Between two world wars, Jack and Faith find themselves unravelling a conspiracy to turn the Awakened children of Aoteroa to dark purposes.

Listen to the promo:

Or download the Weather Child Promo.

Philippa’s Bio:

Award-nominated New Zealand novelist and podcaster Philippa Ballantine has had three books published; Weaver’s Web, Chasing the Bard and Digital Magic.
Her main projects in 2009 are a collaborative writing project with Tee Morris, and podcasting Digital Magic. She has also had a number of roles in other podcast novels.

And you can find out more:

Philippa Ballantine Website
Weather Child- the 1st podiobook set in New Zealand
Erotica a la carte- audience picked ingrediants make a spicy podcast:
Chasing the Bard- dark historic fantasy
Digital Magic- The future and the Fey collide:
Fan page on Facebook
Twitter PhilippaJane

Tune in to our next podcast episode to hear our interview and discover whether I sound like a croaking frog next to Philippa’s lovely dulcet tones and exotic New Zealand accent.


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