From thrillers to romance, this month is brimming with debuts and well-recognised names.
Twyla Ridley, resourceful, optimistic, has just had her first child. It's what she and her husband, Dylan, have always wished for.
However, Charlie is blind.
For the first time in her adult life Twyla feels truly tested. She cherishes her son, showering him with love and boundless affection, but there's a part of her that aches for him to see. So Twyla throws herself into motherhood with a very private agenda, because maybe, if she strives hard enough, she'll be able to find a way to fix him.
But is it a risk worth taking?
The first twelve books you should be reading this February.On February 2, 2015
Sir Lenny Henry is bringing Kit de Waal’s debut novel My Name is Leon to the TV screen. Lenny Henry (Broadchurch) was inspired to purchase broadcasting rights after narrating the...On April 26, 2017
Mireille is a talented, up and coming Australian novelist and The World Without Us is her third novel. Her first, Machines for Feeling was shortlisted for the 1999 Vogel/Australian Literary...On September 1, 2015
Based on Michael Connelly’s internationally bestselling novels with millions of fans around the world, LAPD homicide Detective Harry Bosch finally comes to television. He is relentless. Even in the face...On July 20, 2015
International Book Giving Day is dawning and the team here at Culture Street will be leaving books all around Sydney to celebrate! On the 14th of February, instead of giving...On February 11, 2014
If you are only going to see one film this weekend make it Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella.On March 26, 2015