Australian author Colleen McCullough has died aged 77.
Well, some books are made for movies, are they? Because when you read it you can vividly visualise it or imagine it. Here are some titles said will be made into movies in 2015. Maybe you want to read them before you see them alive on the screen?
Exciting news for romance readers as Australian Romance Readers Association has announced its finalists for all categories of romance fiction. Love is in the air.
Australian public policy think tank Grattan Institute has released its annual summer reading list for the Prime Minister.
The State Library of NSW (SLNSW) has announced the launch of the inaugural Russell Prize for Humour Writing to ‘celebrate, recognise and encourage humour writing, and to promote interest in this genre’.
The biennial prize, worth $10,000, is open to published works of fiction, memoir, poetry and verse by Australian writers. It is being funded ‘by the generous bequest of the late Peter Wentworth Russell, a farmer, businessman and passionate reader,’ SLNSW said in a statement. The award’s patron will be author and journalist Peter FitzSimons.