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Enter Another World

May 25, 2018

There are many reasons to embrace audio books and for the time poor it’s a great way to enjoy the wide range of captivating and inspiring stories that are constantly being published. If you’re thinking about taking the plunge, then the list of June new releases from Bolinda Audio is a great place to start. […] - Read more

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Why one writer decided to change her pen name: by Catherine Isaac

May 23, 2018

After a decade of writing romantic comedy as Jane Costello, I’d become used to answering to that name. But when I had the idea for ‘You Me Everything’, it was so different from my nine previous books that I had two choices: Dismiss the most compelling story I’d ever thought of because it couldn’t be […] - Read more


Virago Modern Classics Giveaway

May 22, 2018

Hi there, better reader! Thank you so much for your ongoing support and enthusiasm for Australian literature. We love how much you give to us so we’d like to take this opportunity to give back to you. Thanks to our friends at Hachette, we are giving away the brand new Virago modern classics collection edition. […] - Read more


The Great Escape: start reading The Ship That Never Was by Adam Courtenay

James Porter was no angel.  He was a good sailor, a fine singer …and a self-serving scoundrel and opportunist.  Sentenced to death in 1822 for stealing beaver furs and silks (later commuted to transportation for life), Porter hated authority and refused to be tamed.  His back bore the scars of 300 floggings, his wrists and […] - Read more


Felons, Pirates & Broken Men: The Ship That Never Was by Adam Courtenay

James Porter was no angel.  He was a good sailor, a fine singer …and a self-serving scoundrel and opportunist.  Sentenced to death in 1822 for stealing beaver furs and silks (later commuted to transportation for life), Porter hated authority and refused to be tamed.  His back bore the scars of 300 floggings, his wrists and […] - Read more


A Heart-Pounding Mystery: sample chapter from Death is Not Enough by Karen Rose

Start reading now Karen Rose was introduced to suspense and horror at the tender age of eight when she accidentally read Edgar Allan Poe’s, The Pit and the Pendulum. She was afraid to go to sleep for years. Now, she   enjoys writing books that make other people afraid to go to sleep. In today’s saturated […] - Read more


Forbidden Letters, Hidden Truths: The Love That I Have by James Moloney

‘For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved three things: the long summer holidays, my brother Walther and Adolf Hitler.’ Fans of The Book Thief: get ready for the heartbreaking story of one girl’s journey through the dark heart of World War 2 Germany. The story begins when our heroine, sixteen-year-old schoolgirl Margot Baumann […] - Read more


Dead Letter Love Story: start reading The Love That I Have by James Moloney

‘For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved three things: the long summer holidays, my brother Walther and Adolf Hitler.’ Fans of The Book Thief: get ready for the heartbreaking story of one girl’s journey through the dark heart of World War 2 Germany. The story begins when our heroine, sixteen-year-old schoolgirl Margot Baumann […] - Read more


Start reading now: You Me Everything by Catherine Isaac

Start reading now You, Me, Everything is a powerful and emotional novel about how love ultimately triumphs in even the most harrowing circumstances. Jess has a beautiful child she loves, but she broke up with his dad just after William was born. Gorgeous but unreliable Adam had gone a step too far when he didn’t […] - Read more


Love, Joy and Cheating Hearts: a review of You, Me, Everything by Catherine Isaac

You, Me, Everything is a powerful and emotional novel about how love ultimately triumphs in even the most harrowing circumstances. Jess has a beautiful child she loves, but she broke up with his dad just after William was born. Gorgeous but unreliable Adam had gone a step too far when he didn’t make it in […] - Read more