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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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Crunky 💕💕 13h
Thanks for my prize for the Facebook Christmas Advent Calendar competition! Can’t wait to read them all!💕💕💕
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Sarah Maddison Jan 15
It's pretty darn exciting (and scary!) when a new book starts to enter the public domain. This one goes to print on Friday but it's website is here already!!
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We're thrilled that Leigh Hobbs, Alison Lester and Shaun Tan, alongside Mem Fox and Moris Gleitzman, are being honoured in ’s 2019 Legends Awards - with each having their portrait & books featured on new postage stamps! Learn more:
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booktopia Jan 14
"I’ve stuffed up a lot in my life and there’s a lot of stuff ups in there but I think I’ve triumphed them." -
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AustCrimeFiction Jan 13
thinks "Holly Throsby writes with a dry wit and a keen eye for the characters and the town itself ": Cedar Valley, Holly Throsby
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CrimeFictionLover Jan 14
New review - Australian author Chris Hammer's Scrublands is a stunner Mass murder in a small, drought-ravaged town in
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Has being a teacher in Australia become so hard that no one wants to do it? asks - listen in as shares her experiences of teacher burnout and how the education system is failing children
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Ann Lazim Jan 14
My is Sonam and the Silence by Eddie Ayres and Ronak Taher ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Anna O'Grady Jan 10
Another fine novel of ideas. I enjoyed it a lot, although is it me or do all these characters seem to speak in the same voice? Interesting portrait of women inhabiting male world & confined within existing social structures and that ending ...
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RavenclawRachelle Jan 10
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6. Every Word by Ellie Marney. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ YA Mystery/Thriller (eBook) - a fun, fast paced read - as a huge fan of Sherlock, would recommend - yes for believable parents in YA - better at romance than some adult contemps that I’ve read - reading the next book ASAP -
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“After (which sold more than 67,000 copies in Australia), 's delves into the rise of the movie industry.” preview this year's biggest new books
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Sydneysiders, join to discuss with for 's book club on January 30
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is a pulpy, pacy thriller with a razor-sharp sense of humour. Like the best thrillers, there’s a lot going on under the surface which slyly critiques Nigeria’s patriarchal society and explores the legacy of abuse.”
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"Also impressive was the ability for the book to be a memoir of her own body, a vital reminder that abuse is not abstract, that the law may have subjects, but its force is felt by people.” judges on 's
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“Elise Valmorbida has written an engrossing, nuanced novel that is an indictment of poverty and power and a tribute to one woman's resourcefulness, resilience and courage in the face of civic and domestic oppression.” judges
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was such a fun romantic comedy to read. Life on the Leash had so many funny moments in the story & I could easily see this book as a movie one day. If you love dogs & romance this is the perfect read to pick up!”
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“The singer-songwriter’s lyric collection is free of explanation yet still explores her curiosity for life and love” on Kate Bush's How To Be Invisible
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The Nerd Daily Jan 12
Two of our Australian contributors review Katya de Becerra's debut novel 'What The Woods Keep'!
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"A book I still think about and it pleases me that it has plenty of literary buzz around it. This book challenges social expectations and tries to remind us that we should never judge anyone, not even a fictional character."
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