Sculptures of Melbourne by Mark S. Holsworth was launched at NGV International at the Melbourne Art Book Fair on 3 May 2015. The book was presented by street artist CDH. Click here to find out more about this book.
The highly anticipated second book in the Our House series was launched at Beanstalk Café and Bookshop in Thirroul, NSW. Nearly fifty fans joined author Susan Cutsforth, including many who had read the first book in the series and were keen to get their hands on the second instalment.
Many of the attendees were members of Susan’s local community, school community and friends, including some who visited all the way from Sydney and Canberra.
Lynette Bender and Kaitlyn Munro launched Our House Is Certainly Not In Paris, both recalling how they stayed in Susan and her husband Stuart’s house in Cuzance. Susan read an extract from her most recent book, and also read a chapter from book 3, published soon, as a taste of what’s to come.
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Making Herstory: Voices of the Thwaites and Fitzpatrick Women Across Time and Place was launched at the Victorian Women's Trust on November 26. The book was presented by Mary Crooks, Executive Director of the VWT. Author Helen Downey spoke of how she wrote five drafts of the manuscript, before she was finally able to bring the stories of three generations of women to life. Co-author Lorraine Secen was in attendance.
Find out more about Making Herstory here. The book is available for purchase on our website for $29.95 (plus postage).
The Kindle edition of Award Winning Australian Writing 2014 is now available as an eBook. Order yours for under $10 here.
It’s also available through iBooks, Kobo and other digital platforms.
You’d be surprised how much of a positive effect reviews have on the popularity of an eBook, so it would be fantastic if you could take a minute to write a reader review of the eBook edition on Amazon (which you can do even if you don’t buy it!). Tell your friends and family to do the same!
See below for photos from the launch of our wonderful new book, Remembering Georges, by Annette Cooper.
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