Authors

David Levell

David Levell is a writer, journalist and television producer. In 2004 he helped WW2 commando Brian Walpole complete his memoir My War, and was contributing writer/editor for Ron Stephenson’s Victor Chang: Murder of a Hero (2005). His TV documentaries …

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Hillarie Lindsay

Hillarie has been writing professionally since 1964, with more than twenty books to her credit. She has twice won the Grenfell Henry Lawson Statuette for Prose. She was awarded the MBE for Services to Literature in 1974 and the Queen’s …

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John Suter Linton

John Suter Linton has been a journalist, researcher and writer for radio, television and the press media. He specialises in true crime. The Stranger You Know, dealt with the murder of nineteen year old Kim Barry in Wollongong in …

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Brenda Little

Brenda has 15 books to her name, including books on art, the consumer society, herbs, organic gardening and three ghost-written stories for survivors of the Holocaust. Dear Henry is her second novel and follows the best-selling Knowing Sophie.…

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Eric Löbbecke

Eric Löbbecke is an award-winning illustrator and cartoonist for books, newspapers, magazines and advertising. He has won two Walkley awards for best illustration, multiple Stanley awards for illustration and cartooning and two Bald Archies for satirical portraiture. Eric’s cartoons have …

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Michael MacConnell

Michael MacConnell was born in Australia and travels extensively to compile research for his novels. He has a degree from Sydney University, majoring in International Relations, History and Ancient History. He currently works in NSW state law enforcement. He is …

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Mark Macleod

Mark Macleod has a long and distinguished career in the world of children’s books. He has been publisher of the Mark Macleod imprint at Hodder Headline, Children’s Publisher at Random House and was previously a lecturer in Children’s Literature at

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Lyn Macpherson

Informed by her studies of psychology and spirituality, and her experiences as a mother, Lyn Macpherson wrote Intuitive Mothering as a guide for mothers to ‘tune in’ to their instincts on a range of mothering issues.…

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Emily Madden

A self-confessed romance nerd, Emily Madden covets books like some women covet shoes and handbags (although she has a decent collection of each of those too!). Her love of books started at a young age and she would often go …

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Bronwyn Marquardt

Bronwyn Marquardt is a writer with 19 years’ experience in journalism. She has written for leading magazines and newspapers in Australia and overseas, commissioning features, writing and editing. She has also taught feature writing and freelancing at university, worked in …

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Sheree Marris

Aquatic Scientist and award-winning author Sheree Marris is passionate about the environment. Through her communications business Visions of Blue, as well as public speaking engagements, media appearances and documentary making, Sheree raises awareness of environmental issues in a fun and …

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Angela Martin

Angela was born in Sydney, grew up around Duck River and descends from a unique mixd ancestry: Sydney Aboriginal and British. Beyond Duck River, published in 2001, is her first novel.…

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Anne McCullagh Rennie

Anne McCullagh Rennie is one of Australia’s internationally bestselling award winning authors. Her first novel Reach for the Dream, became an instant best-seller, quickly followed by Ride with the Wind, Song of the Bellbirds and When the Snowgums

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Geoff McGeachin

Melbourne born author Geoff McGeachin has spent much of his working life as a photographer with his career taking him all over the world including stints living in Los Angeles, New York and Hong Kong. Now based in Sydney he …

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Laura Milligan

Laura Milligan grew up (not down) in London, with her loony father to guide her on the way to adulthood. He gave her instructions on how to make nuns disappear on exploding chairs, and how to wizzle-pop without detection . …

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Charles Miranda

Charles Miranda is a senior reporter with Sydney’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. He 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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John Misto

John Misto has been writing for the stage and screen for over two decades. His play, Harp on the Willow, won the Rodney Seaborn Playwright’s Award for Best New Australian Play. John also wrote The Shoe-Horn Sonata, which …

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Scott Monk

Scott’s first novel, Boyz ‘R’ Us, was written when he was 19. It won the Royal Blind Society’s Talking Book Award in 1997. He has two other published novels – Raw and The Crush.…

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Di Morrissey

Di is a bestselling Australian author with eight fiction novels to her name. Her work includes The Last Mile Home and The Songmaster.…

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Tara Moss

Since 1999 Tara Moss has written 11 bestselling books, published in 19 countries and 13 languages, including the acclaimed Mak Vanderwall crime fiction series and the Pandora English paranormal series. Her first non-fiction book, the critically acclaimed The Fictional Woman

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