2019 Writing Goals – 6 Authors Spill the News

We’ve picked a random six authors who belong to Australian Fiction Authors group of Aussie writers and asked them what their writing goals are for 2019 (which means we get a sneak peek of what we can look forward to) Sarah Barrie, Kaye Dobbie, Cathryn Hein, Fiona McArthur, Trish Morey, Sasha Wasley … take it…

What’s in the bookstores in 2019?

Hello 2019! Releasing in January, February, March and April – six much anticipated books, with something for everyone And here they are…

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This promotion has now ended To show our appreciation for your amazing support, we’re offering the chance to win a $100 Dymocks gift card to kick-start your 2019 reading frenzy. To be in the running… Subscribe to receive our occasional blog posts by email and never miss a new book release Gift card redeemable at…

2018 – Our Year of Books

We’re a group of Australian authors with Australian publishers writing stories that strongly feature Aussie life, from the outback to the small towns to the cities… This year we’ve produced a wonderful array of stories for you – 29 of them! Before we head into 2019, and in case you missed them on our Facebook…

The Cafe by the Bridge – new release from Lily Malone

Fresh and down-to-earth in style, Australian author Lily Malone returns with a sparkling new ‘Chalk Hill’ romance that will appeal to all romance readers, from contemporary to rural romance. Perfect for readers who love Rachael Johns. Read an excerpt from the book! Child psychologist Taylor Woods needs a man. Flashy restaurateur Abel Honeychurch to be…

6 Questions, 2 Authors. New Releases – Do Authors Get Nervous?

  December new releases from Tea Cooper and Lily Malone. Two very different stories and genres, so how long do these books take to write, what’s the most enjoyable element of writing the story, and do the authors get nervous before release day? Let’s find out.

Q&A with Penelope Janu. Adventure and romance…fresh, fun, fiction

“Sometimes a girl just has to do what’s in her heart…”   By day Miles Franklin, named after the famous author, is a successful lawyer. But by night she writes historical romance novels under the pen name Emma Browning. When Miles’s assistant covertly enters her boss’s novel in one of Australia’s biggest literary awards—and it wins—Miles’s…