The third book in The Rosie Black Chronicles is OUT NOW

Dark Star will be the final chapter in Rosie’s battle with Helios.

Will she win?

Who will survive?

Not everyone is going to get out of this one alive. 

Available from all good bookstores and online.

BUY: Booktopia  Amazon  Kobo  JB-Hifi  Bookworld

Big Sky writers festival

Posted: February 1, 2016 by laramorgan in appearances, Daily Scribe, Uncategorized

Since having children getting to any festival has been a massive challenge but this year I’m starting to come back. Cue excitement!

Thanks to the fabulous folk at my local library in Geraldton I will be appearing at the Big Sky writers and readers festival this May. It’s been a long while between festival coffees for me but I couldn’t be looking forward to it more.

More details about what I’ll be doing will be coming when I have them.  In the meantime, check out the website….HERE



If you’re like me and trying to write while juggling miniature people who think ice cream is a food group, then this new post may be for you over on my main site, Writing with a toddler handicap….

Genesis for just $3.99

Posted: January 24, 2015 by laramorgan in Uncategorized

The ebook of Genesis is out for just $3.99 this Australia Day weekend on Kobo.

Ebooks available now

Posted: October 28, 2014 by laramorgan in Daily Scribe
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Rosie face thinHi all, I just realised I haven’t let people know that the Rosie Black series is now available in ebook!
Yes you can download it from:

Amazon     Kobo  ITunes   JB-Hifi

Spread the word!



On being dumped and how it helped me

Posted: October 6, 2014 by laramorgan in Daily Scribe, writing
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Fellow sf writer Karen  Miller kindly invited me to write a  Guest Post: Lara Morgan over on ime on her blog and I’m dissecting what it was like for me to lose a contract otherwise titled, Even Published Writers Get The Blues.


Posted: August 27, 2014 by laramorgan in Uncategorized

I’m talking about writing, Betrayal, snacks and other important things! At AusRomToday


AusRomToday LaraMorganAuthor Spotlight
Lara Morgan

Describe yourself in one word:

What is your background with regard to writing?
I have been writing since I was a child, starting with some truly appalling poetry and plagiarising famous works (especially by Enid Blyton). Surprisingly none of these have been published! I was the typical English Lit student nerd in high school and studied creative writing in university but there were long gaps in my twenties when I did no writing at all. It took until my thirties for me to get serious about it. See next question……

When did you first begin writing with a view of embarking on a career as a published author?
I was working at a community newspaper and had been dithering about with a fantasy book since 1996 but I never really thought I could be a published writer. To me writers were other people, out of…

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5 Things to write…

Posted: August 20, 2014 by laramorgan in Daily Scribe, Interview, writing
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Today I’m. a guest of Manga Maniac blog talking about the 5 things I need to get some writing done.

It’s  wish list really. What do you need?