Tag Archive: interview

Oct 09

Books Writers Read with Dianne Bates

Di Bates

I am very pleased to welcome Di Bates to Reading Upside Down. I have been aware of Di’s work for some time. Di has published numerous books for children of all ages and she is also the editor of the children’s publishing industry ezine Buzzwords which is filled with fantastic information and opportunities for writers …

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Jun 26

Books Writers Read with Demet Divaroren

coming of age

I am very pleased to welcome Demet Divaroren to Reading Upside Down. I first started chatting with Demet after reading Coming of Age: Growing Up Muslim in Australia, a book she co-edited with Amra Pajalic, and I have been inspired by her positive attitude and wonderful perspective on culture and creativity. What book(s) are you …

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Jun 12

Books Writers Read with Anne Gracie

Anne Gracie

I am very pleased to welcome Anne Gracie to Reading Upside Down. I have only discovered Anne’s books recently, but I have thoroughly enjoyed reading her regency romance novels and I’m delighted that she was willing to answer my Books Writers Read questions. What book(s) are you currently reading? I’m always reading. Currently I have …

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Jun 05

Books Writers Read with Trinity Doyle

Trinity Doyle - credit Farrah Allan

I am very pleased to welcome Trinity Doyle to Reading Upside Down. I met Trinity late last year at a local CBCA meeting. Since then we have caught up for coffee and chatted about books several times. Trinity’s debut novel, Pieces of Sky, has just catapulted onto the local YA scene and I’m delighted that …

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May 22

Books Writers Read with Nicole Hayes

Nicole Hayes 2

I am very pleased to welcome Nicole to Reading Upside Down. Nicole is an exciting new voice in Australian YA fiction whose books explore some very contemporary and relevant topics for teens (and, dare I say it, adults). What book(s) are you currently reading? I‘m reading the manuscript of Melanie Benjamin’s new novel, out next …

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May 01

Books Writers Read with Ellie Marney

every move

I am very pleased to welcome Ellie Marney to Reading Upside Down. Ellie is the author of the Every series, a trilogy of YA romantic thriller crime novels. What book(s) are you currently reading? Searching for Women Who Drink Whiskey – by Miranda Kennedy It’s a non-fiction book about a foreign journalist living in India, …

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Apr 24

Books Writers Read with Allison Tait

Allison Tait

I am very pleased to welcome Allison Tait to Reading Upside Down. I met Allison first as a blogger, then became aware of her extensive experience as a freelance writer. She is wonderfully generous about sharing her knowledge about writing and publishing and I was delighted when she brought her talents to bear into the …

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Apr 10

Books Writers Read with Anita Heiss

Anita Heiss

I am very pleased to welcome Anita Heiss to Reading Upside Down. Anita is an amazing author and public speaker, passionate advocate for indigenous culture and issues, and someone who has been a wonderful inspiration for me personally in many ways. What book(s) are you currently reading? I’ve nearly finished Being Jade  by Kate Belle and …

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Mar 27

Books Writers Read with Katrina Germein

Katrina Germein

I am very pleased to welcome Katrina Germein to Reading Upside Down. I have loved Katrina’s books since first discovering Big Rain Coming several years ago. What book(s) are you currently reading? I’m reading Tales From The Half Continent by D.M. Cornish. It’s a companion book of stories to the Monster Blood Tattoo series. I …

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Mar 13

Books Writers Read with Tania McCartney

Tania McCartney2

I am very pleased to welcome Tania McCartney to Reading Upside Down. Tania is the founder and creative inspiration behind Kids’ Book Review, a talented author and illustrator, and a wonderful friend. What book(s) are you currently reading? The Strays by Emily Bitto. Author/Publisher extraordinaire Louise Park was raving about it on Facebook so I …

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