Tag Archives: contemporary women’s fiction

Loretta Hill – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe it? It’s about women proving their mettle in a man’s world, romance in the outback and laugh out loud Aussie humour. Your novel The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots is … 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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Tara Wynne – Literary Agent Interview

Your work as a literary agent with Curtis Brown entails not just approaching publishers on behalf of writers but also helping writers assess the commercial viability of their ideas; helping them sell a range of rights related to each book, such as … Continue reading

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