The CBCA Book of the Year winners have been announced. Congratulations to all the authors, illustrator and publishers!
The winners have been announced for the Sisters in Crime Davitt Awards 2018!
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Sarah McDuling reviews The Clockmaker's Daughter, the new book from internationally bestselling author Kate Morton
Booktopia's Bronwyn reviews The Girl on the Page from ultimate book industry insider (and her boss) John Purcell.
Tracey Mills reviews Early Riser, the new standalone novel by Jasper Fforde
Sarah McDuling reviews the third book in the Harriet Blue series by James Patterson and Candice Fox.
Sally Rooney, author of 'Normal People' and 'Conversations with Friends' answers Ten Terrifying Questions.
Bestselling UK author Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive and How To Stop Time, chats to us about his latest book Notes on a Nervous Planet.
Award-winning journalist Jill Stark talks to us about her new book Happy Never After.
Bestsellling Australian crime writer Michael Robotham is back with The Other Wife.
Read an extract from Bob Murphy's new memoir, Leather Soul
Benjamin Stevenson, author of Greenlight, writes about how the art of writing thrillers has changed over the years.
Author Ross Watkins gives his Top 10 Ways to Build Suspense
A totally addictive ghost story, crime story and thriller from two of the most exciting Aboriginal voices in Australia.
Dynamic duo Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton are back with The 104-Storey Treehouse.
Booktopia's Sam Joice reviews Shadow of the Fox, the new book from international bestseller Julie Kagawa.
The shortlists have been announced for the 2018 Inky Awards celebrating Australian and International Young Adult Fiction.
Sarah McDuling reviews an exciting new YA Historical Fantasy by award winning author Sherryl Jordan.