Monday, April 30, 2012

Certys publishes novel by prize-winning Australian author

Publisher Certys Limited, the company behind the successful Global Short Story Competition, has published its latest ebook, by prize-winning Australian writer Myra King.
The novel Cyber Rules tells the story of Anthea Stevenson, a farmer’s wife, midlife-challenged and living in isolated rural Australia. For many years, she has harboured a dark secret. Now caught up on the addictive side of the Internet, she holds another secret, one which ultimately may prove to be far more deadly.
Myra’s royalties from sales of the book will go to Médecins Sans Frontières Doctors Without Borders, an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. Medecins Sans Frontières offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

About Myra King
Myra King is an Australian writer, and a member of SINC, living on the coast of South Australia. She has written a number of prize-winning short stories, including first prize in the UK-based Global Short Story Competition, and has a short story collection, City Paddock, published by Ginninderra Press.
In 2010 her short story, The Black Horse, was shortlisted for the US Glass Woman Prize. And in 2011 her story, The Trousseau Box, was story of the week in Short Story America.
She has upcoming (or recent) work in Boston Literary Magazine, Eclectic Flash, Meat for Tea, eFiction, Red River Review, Fast Forward Press, Illya’s Honey Journal, San Pedro River Review, The Fiction Shelf, and The Foundling Review.
Her work has also appeared in The Pages, Herons Nest, BuzzWords, Eclecticism, Every Day Poets, Meuse Press, Dark Prints Press and A Hundred Gourds.

How to buy the book
The book can be purchased, price £2.05, by going to the Amazon site ( and keying the title into the Kindle store. Australian readers will have to purchase via Amazon US at
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