Monthly Archives: April 2010

Crackpot’s journey to the book shelves

Today, my guest is Fiona Trembath, a Melbourne author. Her first children’s novel is called Crackpot. Fiona is also a singer, a performer of comedy, a composer of children’s songs, a sound engineer, a late-night radio announcer on Melbourne’s ABC … Continue reading

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Interviews with Aussie authors

Keep an eye out for my forthcoming interview with Kate Forsyth as she prepares for the launch of her new book, The Wildkin’s Curse. This is the second book in the Chronicles of Estelliana, which began with The Starthorn Tree. … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog!

This blog is for kids of all ages. I live in Brisbane, Australia. I have been writing for young people for 11 years and I reckon it’s the best job in the world. You can check out my books, plays, … Continue reading

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