Caroline Overington is an Australian journalist and author. She has recently been appointed associate editor for The Australian Women’s Weekly. Sisters of Mercy is her fourth novel and our Book of the Week.
Caroline speaks to Sophia Whitfield about her latest book and the current state of disability services in Australia.
Nicole Trope is a former high school teacher with a Masters Degree in Children's Literature. In 2005 she was one of the winners of the Varuna Awards for Manuscript Development....On June 4, 2013
No stranger to embracing a second chance or trying something different, Jenn took the first tentative steps towards her tree change in 2004, escaping Sydney’s corporate chaos to buy a...On February 27, 2013
The Miles Franklin Literary Award was established through the will of My Brilliant Career author, Miles Franklin. The prize is awarded each year to a novel which is of the...On April 7, 2016
Today we continue our series bringing you books that reflect both historical and contemporary London. Sita Brahmachari is our guest author.On July 24, 2012
Ashley Hay's latest book is The Railwayman's Wife. She is the author of five previous books including Gum, Museum (with visual artist Robyn Stacey), and The Body in the Clouds - her first novel, which was...On April 24, 2013
Kaz Cooke is the number one go-to advisor for Australian girls and women. Her best-selling books include Girl Stuff, Women's Stuff, Up the Duff, Kidwrangling, and a series of ebooks...On November 9, 2017