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Hullo fellow book lovers!

Spring has sprung and over the last few weeks we've been busy seeking out great reads for you to enjoy in the sunshine!

Black-Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin
(Penguin Books Australia, Aug. 2015)

Eighteen years ago Tessie thought she put a murderer behind bars, but now an innocent man faces execution and the real killer is bringing her flowers. 

Black-Eyed Susans is a suspense driven, page-flippin’ thriller that offers a little more than your average crime novel. 

Read the full review.

Gold Fame Citrus by Calire Vaye Watkins
(Hachette Australia, Oct. 2015)

Gold Fame Citrus is a sweeping, sublime story of faith, fortune and divine madness that ventures deep into the Gothic underbelly of the American Dream.

Read the full review.
The Light That gets Lost by Natasha Carthew
(Bloomsbury, Nov. 2015)

The Light That Gets Lost a forceful, intelligent read: violent and bleak but edged with resilience and hope. A dystopian YA novel that cuts through the clutter.

Read the full review.
Girl Defective by Simmone Howell
(Pan Macmillan Australia, 2013)

Girl Defective is a hard boiled coming-of-age story with smarts and sass: 'the story of a wild girl and a ghost girl; a boy who knew nothing and a boy who thought he knew everything. And it’s about life and death and grief and romance. All the good stuff.’

Read the full review.
Adelaide author, Rose Hartley

We chat with Rose about her experience at the 2015 Clarion Writers' Workshop and being selected for the South Australian Hachette Mentoring Program.

Read the interview. 
Six spring reads

Read our recommendations. 
Courting criminals: The high-stakes world of Patricia Highsmith

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Aussie YA reviewer, Jodie Llewellyn

We catch up with fellow Aussie reviewer, Jodie Llewellyn, to chat about her favourite Young Adult and New Adult reads.

Read the interview.
Write better: Five essentials for a good story (and five things to leave out)

Read our thoughts. 
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