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Peter Watt – Author Interview

Your Frontier series, which some might know as the Macintosh and Duffy family saga, has followed the Macintoshes and Duffies from Colonial Queensland to South Africa during the Boer War, Europe and the Middle East during World War 1, and … Continue reading

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Marianne Curley – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your novels?  My novels are adventures in paranormal fiction that draw you in and sweep you away to another place, or another time, where you might find yourself hiding … Continue reading

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Lisa Heidke – Author Interview

You have written numerous novels each set over a period of a week or two. What advice do you have for aspiring novelists setting out to write a story with a timeframe of a week or two? That’s a tough … Continue reading

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Alison Booth – Author Interview

In your first novel, Stillwater Creek, you told the story of a Latvian concentration camp survivor who, following the death of her husband, moves to the (fictional) town of Jingera NSW in 1957 with her daughter to start anew. How would you … Continue reading

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