Authors

Tania Hayes

Tania Hayes lives on the South Coast of New South Wales and became a carer at twenty-two when her fiancé Warren, was diagnosed with a life threatening brain tumour. Despite the doctor’s suggestion for Warren to be put in a …

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Ian Henn

Ian has worked as a production executive on The Daily Telegraph, various publications and in the direct marketing industry. Since 1989 his short stories have appeared in major magazines in several countries, including England and North America and with …

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Amanda Holohan

Amanda Holohan has been obsessed with writing since the age of six, when she penned her first poem. Following this came a deluge of poetry, comics and novels, scrawled in battered half-used workbooks, diaries, and on whatever paper she could …

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Katherine Howell

Katherine Howell is a former ambulance officer. Frantic, featuring Detective Ella Marconi is her first novel, and is about to be published in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Russia. Katherine lives on the New South Wales north …

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Grant Hyde

Grant Raymond Hyde was born and raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. A Bookmakers son, he attended Waverley Catholic Boy’s College until his matriculation in 1986. It was inevitable that his first job was as a clerk for his …

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Anne Infante

Anne was born in Sydney Australia, and raised in Papua New Guinea. She has performed in, and co-written folk programs for ABC radio, and has recorded three albums of her own songs. Anne began writing seriously in 1987 and has …

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Cecilia Inglis

Cecilia Inglis grew up in an Irish Catholic family in Newcastle, and lived as a Sister of Mercy in NSW for 30 years from the age of 17. When she left the Order and moved to Sydney she eventually met …

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Ian Irvine

Ian Irvine, an Australian marine scientist, has also written 32 novels and an anthology of shorter stories. His novels include the Three Worlds fantasy sequence (The View from the Mirror, The Well of Echoes and Song of the

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Stephen M Irwin

Stephen is a screenwriter and novelist. His career began with broadcast television documentaries, and broadened to include short drama films and short stories, both of which won competitions and acclaim. Stephen’s debut novel, supernatural thriller The Dead Path, was …

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Rochelle Jackson

Rochelle Jackson was born in Melbourne and grew up in a police family. She began her career in country Victoria and Sydney as a journalist in television and radio. Later she worked as a TV producer and investigative researcher for …

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Julietta Jameson

Julietta is a journalist and the author of the non-fiction work, Tibooburra and the legend of the Tree of Knowledge. In Her Mother’s House is her first published work of fiction.…

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Judy Johnson

Judy Johnson is an award-winning writer with a special interest in bringing to life little known but fascinating aspects of Australia’s history. Prizes for her historical narratives include the Banjo Paterson Award, which she won three years in a row, …

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Angela Kamper

Angela Kamper is a senior reporter with Sydney’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. She has followed the story of the ‘Bra Boys’ and the killing of underworld figure Tony Hines from its very beginning and co-wrote My Brother’s Keeper, with fellow …

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Louise Katz

Louise writes science fiction fantasy for young adults. Her novel, The Other Face of Janus, won the 2001 Aurealis Award for Best Novel – Young Adult.…

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Cate Kendall

Cate Kendall is actually writing team Lisa Blundell and Michelle Hamer, who first met as private-school mums over a latte in mid-2005. As they sipped coffee and poked fun at the posh mums of the private school world it dawned …

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Odyle Knight

Odyle Knight is an Australian woman who has lived in Bali for much of her life. As partner to a Balinese priest for almost ten years she has gained a great insight into the mystical practices and customs of this …

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Cheryl Koenig

Cheryl was born and still resides in the southern suburbs of Sydney. She met her soul mate Robert whilst still in school and married at the age of just nineteen. Almost 30 years later she is still very happily married …

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Toni Lamond

Toni Lamond is an entertainer who has starred in many TV shows and movies. Her autobiography, First Half, entered the Best Seller List at number 1 only eight days after its release.…

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Deborah Lee

Deborah Lee and her husband Cedric have fostered scores of children. In Mixed Blessings, published by Random House in 2005, Deb tells her story. She lives in Sydney with her husband, her three adopted children, and however many children …

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Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee is the author of three non-fiction books, Beyond Bad: The Life And Crimes Of Katherine Knight, Australia’s Hannibal, The Promise: An Iraqi Mother’s Desperate Flight To Freedom, both published by Random House in 2002 and 2003 …

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