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Fiona Horne: I’m not especially gifted at anything except for one thing… I’m really good at not giving up!
Rockstar, pilot and television personality, Fiona Horne, answers the Ten Terrifying Questions! Read more
Child Soldier. Refugee. Lawyer: Deng Thiak Adut announced as NSW State Finalist in 2017 Australian of the Year Awards.
Deng Thiak Adut's brutal yet inspiring life story is outlined in his book, Songs of a War Boy. Read more
Pre-order your signed copy of Brad Hogg's The Wrong 'Un. Read more
Heartache. Failure. Success. Sporting legend Chris Judd chats to Booktopia TV about his insightful new memoir, Inside.
How does a man end up captaining two of the greatest footy clubs in the league? Win a Brownlow Medal twice? Be selected as an All Australian six times? Find out how Chris Judd did exactly that and cemented his status as an Australian sporting legend in his new memoir, Inside. We’ve got signed copies for fans, so get in quick. Only limited numbers left! Grab your signed copy of Chris Judd:... Read more
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has spent a lifetime in football, but it appears he’s saved some of his best kicks for his former players in his long awaited autobiography. In it Ferguson has labeled his former golden boy David Beckham as “the only player I managed who chose to be famous”. Ferguson said he decided to sell Beckham after he accidentally kic... Read more
Morrissey’s much-anticipated memoir is the best written musical autobiography since Bob Dylan’s Chronicles, says The Telegraph’s Neil McCormick: “My childhood is streets upon streets upon streets upon streets.” As fans, we approach musical autobiographies with trepidation, fearing that, stripped of melody and rhythm, our lyrical heroes will reveal themselves in lumpen prose to... Read more
It’s been 29 years since Morrissey pleaded please, please, please, let me get what I want, but now fans everywhere finally have what they want. An autobiography from one of the modern era’s finest song writers and most intriguing public figures. And true to form, he only agrees to be published if he can be published straight into Penguin Classics. Read more