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Australia's leading independent publisher - voted Publisher of the Year 13 times. We love words, books & cake, and blog about them here:
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ABC Q&A 8h
Bonus Question - IS BOOK READING DYING? Do you think our digital age has robbed our children of holding a book? John Marsden Sofie Laguna Michael Mohammed Ahmad respond
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Kinokuniya Sydney 5h
Thank you Chris Hammer for visiting & signing stacks of for us 😊 Get your copy of this great crime novel today, folks!
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Heather Rose 9h
Hi everyone - I'll be talking to the lovely on tonight at 9pm talking Treasures. 3 objects, 3 songs and we'll go from there. Listen in if you can.
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WIN: How To Be Perfect by ​, another page-turning, rip-roaring story about mums, phones and the cult of self-improvement to follow up from the best-selling @themummybloggers! To enter, just tell us what your most entertaining recent read…
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Guardian culture Aug 18
In these dark times, embracing laughter is an ethical choice | Charlotte Wood
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Angus & Robertson Aug 16
is the extraordinary story of the 20th century's most recognisable building, with new insights into the people involved and the controversy that surrounded its construction --
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For some great Aussie fiction for look no further than this fine selection of , , &
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For those into non-fiction, we've got brain food from the likes of , , & Greg Sheridan:
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“Michael Veitch has delved into archives of eyewitness testimony, letters and other evidence and found stories of horror, drama and romance.” on
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“I was blown away by Kate Van Hooft’s writing and her metaphorical & bewilderingly beautiful prose.”
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“Cleverly done, this novel explores the ease with which a seemingly intelligent, well-supported, well-connected young woman can slip into the control of a dangerous cult.” on nominated
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Hear Jarrah Dundler in conversation with about his debut novel on Friday
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Need some gift suggestions? Browse our guide to these books & many more, plus WIN a stack of them at Give a book and make Dad's day, week and month!
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"The authors subtly weave the history of colonisation throughout the story, and themes of grief, racism and violence are balanced with those of family, friendship and survival. ” 5🌟 for
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"I’ve been drawn to thinking about laughter lately because for the past three years, since publication of my novel – and for the preceding three years during which I wrote it – I’ve been thinking and speaking so much about anger." Charlotte Wood
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“Could NOT put this book down and polished it off in a day.  Absolutely gripping with great care and dignity afforded to all of those who set sail, seeking a better life for themselves and their families.” on
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On ’s book tour we asked for your advice on staying sane in an world that isn’t – and you had some really wonderful ideas (thank you!). So we took that advice and built something special with it...
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The Booktopian Aug 15
"Talk less and listen more. And if necessary, write less and read more." Sally Rooney, author of and answers Ten Terrifying Questions |
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The extraordinary stand-off that ended Jorn Utzon's reign in the building of the Sydney Opera House - shares an extract from
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“I just made it up. I have never narrowly escaped death in a bushfire, I have never saved anyone from asphyxiation, I have never stared down the barrel of a loaded shotgun.” Chris Hammer tells about the inspiration for
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