Search results for tag: Indigo Bloome

Absolutely Fabulous News!

We’ve all heard the news and now we are SO excited! Aren’t we? Well, if you haven’t already heard there may be an Absolutely Fabulous film released this year! I have loved this show for so long, I can’t even remember when I started watching it. My mother always hated it but my grandfather adored it, he saw things my way. I think what we both loved about Absolutely Fabulo... Read more

by | January 11, 2015

Three Authors Offer Advice for Writers: Indigo Bloome, Philippa Gregory, Daniel H. Wilson

I interview writers every week here on the Booktopia Blog. My Ten Terrifying Questions have been answered by over 250 published authors ranging from mega selling global stars like Jackie Collins and Lee Child to brilliant, relatively unknown debut authors such as Miles Franklin shortlisted Favel Parret and Rebecca James. In each of these interviews I ask the following question: Q. What advice d... Read more

by | August 14, 2012

ALL AUSTRALIAN THRILLS: Destined to Play by Indigo Bloome

From The Sydney Morning Herald: Step aside, Fifty Shades of Grey, there’s a new name in steamy fiction. Enter Destined to Play, the first in a three-book series that has seen first-time Australian author Indigo Bloome land herself in the position of a six-figure book deal. The first in the Avalon trilogy may be Australia’s answer to the Anastasia Steele plot that has blown open the ... Read more

by | July 10, 2012

Indigo Bloome, author of The Avalon Series – Destined to Play, Destined to Feel and Destined to Fly, answers Ten Terrifying Questions

 The Booktopia Book Guru asks Indigo Bloome author of The Avalon Series – Destined to Play, Destined to Feel and Destined to Fly Ten Terrifying Questions —————————— 1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? Raised? Schooled? I was born and raised in Sydney but spent a good por... Read more

by | June 17, 2012

In the Wake Of Fifty Shades Australian Publishers Reveal A Desire to Dominate : New Erotic Titles Tumble From the Presses

The book world sighs in unison. The dark matter of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy has filled the void left by the dying star of paranormal teen fiction. Of course, publishers worldwide predicted this would happen. Right? Night always follows twilight. And it doesn’t get any darker than erotica. Makes sense. What we are witnessing is a natural progression from the muted, frustrated desir... Read more

by | June 14, 2012