LynC’s facinating science fiction novel, ‘Nil By Mouth’ has been shortlisted to receive both an Aurealis and the Norma K Hemming Award. Two of the most prestigious speculative fiction awards in Australia, with the Norma K Hemming winner to be announced at this years Natcon, Swancon 40, held in Perth, Western Australia over the Easter weekend 2nd-6th April 2015.
The Aurealis Awards will be held the following weekend, 11th April, in Canberra.
Author George Ivanoff has stated ‘Nil By Mouth’ was his, “favourite grown-up novel of the year”
How do you help a man that doesn’t want to be helped?
A man used by Aliens as an incubation tank, who believes his only friends are Aliens,
finds himself thrust back out into his natural environment.
He becomes an Outcast when he finds himself back amongst humans,
unable to adjust to life without his Alien overseers.
Alone, Ale stands between two opposing forces – Aliens and Humans.
His allegiances to both are stretched to breaking point.
How can this damaged Human protect his loved ones from an Alien force so powerful that they dominate our planet? How can one man make the difference?
Can a man, this broken, find love again? And where?
This is his story.