CategoryAuthor Interviews

Meeting Readers IRL: A Guest Post From An Author’s Perspective (SW#45)

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Heyo Bookaholics! Author Guest Post from Carolyn Denman! I wrote a post in late September this year, titled What To Say When Meeting Authors! I wrote it because I’m super awkward and my hands shake violently when I speak to people whom I admire or when I’m asking about something of which I’m scared of the answer. I don’t remember how it came about – but I believe it was after I posted the original post – author, Carolyn Denman replied to […]

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An Interview with Author Jes Layton!

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Heyo Bookaholics! A new YA author? Yes, please!! Okay, so this is probably the best post ever on my blog! I’m not just saying that. I interviewed one of my favourite people in the writing industry who also happens to be a friend of mine and if you haven’t heard her speak about writing you really must! Jes Layton is a freelance artist and writer and now a published author in a new release anthology titled Underdog edited by Tobias M. […]

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Fierce Fragile Hearts by Sarah Barnard | Author Interview

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Heyo Bookaholics! New Year, Same Books, New TBR! Before I begin, I’d like to extend a huge huge thank you to Pan Macmillan Australia and #AusYABloggers for the opportunity to partake in this wonderful book tour. Today is the first day if the blog tour for Fierce Fragile Hearts, a novel by Sara Barnard to be published on the 12th of February 2019. This novel is the sequel to Beautiful Broken Things but can be read alone, much like I did. […]

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Lili Wilkinson’s Guide To The Apocalypse!

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Heyo Bookaholics! Apology: First off I’d like to apologise if you received a notification via email or other means about a book review; that isn’t being posted this week sadly as I need time to actually write it and get over how amazing that book was! Lili Wilkinson’s Guide to The Apocalypse! Know how to grow a veggie garden. Help thy neighbour. Keep your chicken/s. Look after each other. Today well be discussing the wonderful woman that is Lili Wilkinson, […]

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Melbourne Bloggers Brunch w/ Author Lili Wilkinson

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Heyo Bookaholics! I have never felt more like a proper blogger until I received that invitation to the most exclusive bloggers only event. Sitting with other known bloggers, YouTubers and bookaholics I had the strong feeling of: “This is where I belong”. In anticipation for Lili Wilkinson’s new book After The Lights Go Out, the lovely ladies from The YA Room hosted the most amazing brunch for Melbourne bloggers and YouTubers. Pictured above are all the beautiful people who attended, minus Tracy, […]

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LIFEL1K3 BOOK LAUNCH & I Have 10,000 Words on my Book!

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Heyo Bookaholics! You’ve all seen the title, so let’s begin with what you all came here for. LIFEL1K3 BOOK LAUNCH! LifeL1K3 by Jay Kristoff officially launched in Melbourne last night and it was amazing! To celebrate the official Lifel1k3, Jay blessed us with AI facts from Google and Facebook, while MC Amie tried to reassure us that we are all safe, and won’t end us in the same situation as the characters in LifeL1k3 – and yes I’ll continue to […]

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Melanie Schubert Author Interview

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Heyo Bookaholics! Before I start I would love to thank Melanie for being so wonderful as to answer some questions for me about her first novel Gregory and The Grimbockle. Melanie has been so open, and I feel like I have learnt more about her as not just an author but as a person and what she has been through to get to where she is today (and you will to by reading this Q&A). I posted a review of […]

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