Tag Archives: Australian authors

I didn’t do anything today!

How many times have you said that? Or simiIar – I didn’t do much today. When I hear, ‘I didn’t do anything today’, I have visions of that person flat on their back, staring into space. Of course he/she would … Continue reading

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10 Yellow Bananas features in CKT’s May Pitch Ya Book

My children’s book 10 Yellow Bananas is featured this month in Creative Kids Tales’s Pitch Ya Book. Also featured this May are Just Doomed by Andy Griffiths and Peter McGee and the Dawn of the Zombie Knight by Adam Wallace. … Continue reading

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Interview with Clancy Tucker, author of Gunnedah Hero

Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had a safe and enjoyable holiday season. This week heralds the return of my regular blogging posts.  And this year I have some exciting interviews lined  up.  that not only promote talented independently … Continue reading

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Get your Summer reading post free – offer ends 15 January

NB: Free postage is available within Australia only. Are you still on holidays and looking for some great books? Or looking for great reads that you probably won’t find in bookstores? Then why not order from First Edition Book Sales … Continue reading

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First Edition Books does away with Postage for Christmas

Haven’t done your Christmas shopping yet? Don’t worry – neither have I. With only a few days to go before Christmas why not buy a book or two (or more) for your friends and family members?  Great gift idea! So … Continue reading

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Review of Hal Junior: The Secret Signal by Simon Haynes

Helen Ross Writes – supports Australia’s talented self published authors, small press publishing and independent publishers On Monday I chatted with the talented Simon Haynes.   Simon self-published three adult/teen novels from 2001-2003, was trade-published (four novels) between 2004 and, … Continue reading

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Chatting with Simon Haynes

Helen Ross Writes – supports Australia’s talented self published authors, small press publishing and independent publishers I just love ‘discovering’  talented Australian authors.  The talent here  is endless.  However, I seem to be drawn to writers with a quirky sense … Continue reading

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Review: The Mystery of Nida Valley

As readers of my blog know, I love discovering talented independently published Australian authors. So this week it is my pleasure to review Elaine Ouston’s new book, The Mystery of Nida Valley.  Elaine is certainly a talented author. After a … Continue reading

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LIVE chat with Jelli-Beanz Publishing – Fri 10 December

LIVE chat with DOnna Smith, author of Delightfully Haiku. Continue reading

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