Today we welcome Paul Terry to Booklover Book Reviews to share with us how he came to write his latest book The Claimant. And, thanks to Bonnier Publishing Australia, we have a paperback copy to giveaway. — It was the early nineties and as a young journalist, I had been sent to cover a meeting of the […]
Read in a single day, Black Rock White City exceeded my high expectations (read my 5 Star Review). Today Australian author Alec Patrić joins us to discuss its path to publication, the recent Miles Franklin Award shortlisting, what he is currently working on and more… UPDATE: Alec Patric, and his debut Black Rock White City went on to […]
Today we welcome Anna Westbrook to Booklover Book Reviews to share with us how she came to write her debut novel Dark Fires Shall Burn. AND thanks to Scribe Publications, we have a paperback copy to giveaway. — Dark Fires Shall Burn is inspired by a true event; the 1946 unsolved murder of eleven-year-old Joan […]
A guest post from Aussie author Karyn Sepulveda on National Youth Week and how you can support the important work being done within our communities, and her new novel Choosing Xaverique. ♦ The youth of today might be our future but do we treat them as such? I’m 34 but remember clearly being about 15 and […]
Looking for something different to do this Friday night? Why not attend a local author’s book launch. We spoke to Brisbane author Patrick Holland about his latest novel One, ‘a work of the imagination based on real events’… real events that occurred in Western Queensland where the author spent his formative years.
Today Melanie Casey joins us to discuss her latest release Missing, the third title in her paranormal crime series featuring Cass Lehman and Detective Ed Dyson, and we offer readers the chance to win a copy. BLBR: Thanks so much for taking the time to speak to us today Melanie. You must be incredibly busy right now with […]
Last week we reviewed J M Green’s debut crime novel Good Money. Today Jenny joins us to discuss Good Money. BLBR: Congratulations on the release of your debut novel Good Money Jenny, and prior to that being shortlisted for the 2014 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript. Can you tell us a bit about Good […]
Last week we reviewed Emma Viskic’s Resurrection Bay – a thriller of substance. Today Emma joins us to discuss her path to publication. BLBR: Congratulations on the release of your debut novel ‘Resurrection Bay’ Emma. One of the great successes of this book is the originality and authenticity of your characters. I understand you underwent training in Auslan as part of […]