Authors

Charmaine Solomon

Charmaine is an international cookery writer whose books have won her popular acclaim in many parts of the world. She has written over twelve cookbooks, including the classic Complete Asian Cookbook, which has sold worldwide over 400,000 copies in …

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Marea Stenmark

Marea is a high profile public relations consultant, respected author and gifted speaker. In 1991 she was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for ‘Services to children with hearing and visual impairments’. She is the author of many …

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Jimmy Thomson

Jimmy Thomson is a journalist, author and screenwriter whose credits include the ABC-TV series Rain Shadow.

A graduate of the Royal Military College, Duntroon, as a young captain Sandy MacGregor commanded 3 Field Troop in Vietnam, where he won …

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Eugenia Tsoulis

Eugenia is an Australian of Greek heritage who has combined her knowledge of migrant experiences with her own experience of Australian arts and poloitical communities to create a compelling story in her first published novel, Between the Ceiling and the

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Jacinta Tynan

Jacinta Tynan is a journalist, author and columnist. She’s been a news presenter for Sky News Australia since 2005. She also writes a popular weekly column for Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper about life and love. Before that she worked at …

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Terry Underwood

Terry, a modern pioneer cattlewoman, published her overnight bestselling autobiography, In the Middle of Nowhere in 1998, and its stunning photographic sequel, Riveren – My Home – Our Country, in 2000. Terry’s books and photography, and her many speaking …

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Joanne van Os

Joanne van Os grew up in Melbourne, but has lived in the Northern Territory for 30 years after taking on the job of radio operator at a remote Aboriginal community in 1976. She has had many incarnations in the NT …

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Annebelle van Tongeren

Annebelle studied fashion design at RMIT in Melbourne before embarking on a career in television. She has spent twenty years costuming and as the senior stylist on programs such as Australian Idol and Big Brother, and for events such as …

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Lisa Venables

Lisa Venables was born in Queensland and grew up in Canberra where she completed her Bachelor of Arts. In 2000 she joined the NSW Police where she served for 10 years in General Duties, Organized Crime and Intelligence. In 2009 …

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Anthony Venn-Brown

Anthony’s life has been unique. For 14 years, he was a leading evangelist for the Assemblies of God and preached regularly to audiences of up to 5,000 in Australia and overseas. Even though he was passionate about what he did …

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Sarah Walker

Sarah has published five novels – Simple Things, The Year of Freaking Out, Camphor Laurel, the Tin Man and Water Colours. Camphor Laurel won the Children’s Book Council Honour Book of the Year in 1999.…

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Sorrel Wilby

Sorrel is a travel photographer, documentary maker, TV presenter, and writer. She has published many travel guides and travel photography books.…

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Lynne Wilding

Lynne began writing seriously in 1981, and her first novel, The Sheikh, was published internationally in 1991. She has continued to write bestsellers, with Heart of the Outback, Whispers Through the Pines, Turn Left at Bindi Creek, and …

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Kim Wilkins

Kim Wilkins is an award-winning author who was born in London and grew up at the seaside in Queensland. She has degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing, and her books are published all over the world. She has won …

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Diana Williams

Diana was a high-flying Wall Street career woman looking for something more in her life when she quit her job and went to outback Australia. She married Ron Williams, an Aboriginal leader and toured outback Australia. Horizon is Where Heaven

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Nadine Williams

Award-winning journalist Nadine Williams forged an eclectic career over her nineteen years at Adelaide’s The Advertiser, focusing on social issues, women’s and relationships between the sexes. While she was Adelaide’s gossip columnist, her ‘PS’ and ‘Life etc.’ columns enjoyed wide …

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Sue Williams

Sue Williams is an Australian journalist and columnist who has written for most of the country’s leading newspapers and magazines. She has written a travel book, Getting There – Journeys of an Accidental Adventurer, co-authored a motivational women’s health …

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Tess Williams

Tess is a science fiction fantasy author with several short stories and novella published. Her second book, Sea As Mirror, was shortlisted for the prestigious James Tiptree, Jr. Memorial Award in 2000.…

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Louise Zaetta

Louise grew up in rural Victoria, and has always written – as contributor to magazines and newspapers, as copywriter, and as author of two books, For Christ’s Sake, and Land of Gold and Silver.…

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