Bookseller in Spotlight: Emma Pei Yin, The Book Cow
To salute the writing process of author Sean Wilson – who estimates he consumed around 1,460 cups of coffee and 424 pieces of cake while writing his outstanding debut Gemini Falls – we’re offering a bookseller and their store a year’s supply of morning tea!
‘The perfect hand-sell this Christmas when customers ask for “outstanding new Australian fiction”, Gemini Falls is a compelling and moving novel from a major new Australian talent about a crime in Depression-era rural Victoria,’ said Sales Director, Keiran Rogers.
With a swag of unusual characters and an unravelling mystery to rival Jasper Jones and To Kill a […]
From personal finance writer Michelle Bowes comes Money Queens - the only money guide out there for teen girls! It covers all the must-know money basics like saving and budgeting and bigger topics like credit cards, buy now, pay later services, superannuation and investing. In this column, Michelle shares the five money basics to teach your kids during their high school years.
Alice Robinson has signed with Affirm Press for two new novels, following on from the success of her 2015 debut Anchor Point and 2019 follow-up The Glad Shout.
Alison Reynolds, author of The Near Daphne Experience, shares how a playlist she created from songs released in 2001 and 2002 helped her shape the characters in the book.
This month’s Bookseller in Spotlight is Andy Durkin from Petrarch's Bookshop.
David Knoff makes his debut with 537 Days of Winter. Read on for a Q&A with David about his memoir - inspired by his experience stranded on one of the most unforgiving continents during the global pandemic.
We're celebrating our 10th birthday by launching our own national sales team – the first that Australian publishing has seen this century! The sales team of nine staff will enable us to have regular in-person meetings with 600 booksellers across Australia.
Families will welcome the message of love and acceptance found within the pages of a new board book, All the Colours of Our Rainbow, from CBCA award-winning author and illustrator Daniel Gray-Barnett. Released in June as a celebration of Pride Month, the book is a joyful exploration of the meaning behind each of the colours of the pride flag and their deeper connection to what the flag represents for the LGBTQIA+ community. In this piece, Daniel shares what the rainbow flag means to him.
Fiona Hardy’s new middle grade novel How to Tackle Your Dreams follows Homer, a footy-mad eleven-year-old whose Mum has just made it into the AFLW. Here, Fiona shares what the women’s league means to her.