Seven Signs by Cathy Beresford
Bullied as a child, it is at work that Eve Featherstone confronts a narcissistic boss and finds she is suddenly sacked during the GFC.
Author Interview with Vanessa McCausland
Sydney author Vanessa McCausland is about to release her novel which is set on the south coast of NSW.
Tilting at Time by Gregory Tome
This is a rich collection from a very accomplished poet. In this collection, Greg Tome’s eyes are everywhere, playfully or ruminatively considering much that is revealed to the observant poet.
Writing Cultural History: An Interview with Laura Ginters
The SCWC has engaged Dr Laura Ginters to facilitate a workshop as part of the Wollongong Writers Festival: ‘Writing Cultural History’, a highly practical workshop about how to plan, produce and finish a complex book.
Seduced by the Stranger by Alyssa J. Montgomery
Moments from the altar, dressed in an ugly wedding dress that is the least of her problems, Jenna Sinclair has a moment of clarity. For weeks she's been living in a fog, trying to piece together her life after the accident that almost killed her.
An Ever-Changing Market
Think back to a time before Amazon and self-publishing. Imagine how many people wished they could publish a book but were locked out by agents and big publishers; all the kids, professionals, and elderly that never got to realise their dream of being an author.