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AusRom Recommends: Karly Lane’s ‘Fool Me Once’

May 1, 2020 // 3 Comments

AusRom Recommends: Karly Lane’s Fool Me Once From AusRom’s Queen of Rural Romance, comes the latest release from Karly Lane. An enticing new rural romance from the bestselling author of The Wrong Callahan and Mr Right Now.   Farmer Georgie Henderson manages a cattle property in [...]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About… Caroline Beecham

May 15, 2018 // 2 Comments

  10 Things You Didn’t Know About… Caroline Beecham   If you could interview anyone, past or present, who would it be and what would be your lead question? I would like to interview Woollarawarre Bennelong and I would ask him his advice on what Australia can best do now to [...]

Author of the Month: Sally Seltmann

May 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

  Meet the Author with Sally Seltmann In three words, describe to us your novel: Romantic, funny, passionate Lovesome follows the story of Joni Johnson who leads a rather bohemian lifestyle, working in a romantic French restaurant by day and setting up an easel in her backyard bungalow in the [...]

Tell Us Your Backstory with Eleanor Limprecht

February 23, 2018 // 1 Comment

  Tell Us Your Backstory with Eleanor Limprecht The Passengers is the story of a war bride from Australia who marries an American GI and then travels to the US on a ‘bride ship’ in 1946. In the novel she returns to Australia for the first time as a grandmother, taking her American [...]

BLOG TOUR: Claire Corbett’s ‘Watch Over Me’

May 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Watch Over Me Claire Corbett The pressure of my blood, the beat of my heart, is a message to you. You read each second of my body’s life. It is the present day. The foggy northern city of Port Angelsund is under occupation by the soldiers of Garrison. Sylvie is a young woman just [...]


November 20, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Author Spotlight: Fiona  Higgins Describe yourself in one word: Fortunate.   What is your background with regard to writing? I was a keeper of diaries from a young age and I loved creative writing at school. I remember winning a poetry competition aged nine for a poem called ‘Ya [...]