Search results for tag: Mia Freedman

Amazing Face by Zoe Foster (or why we are selling squillions of these…)

Amazing Face Clever beauty tricks, should-own products + spectacularly useful how-to-do-its Author: Zoe Foster (Buy it now) < stupid link didn’t work – it now works 🙂 Free Excerpt: Introduction I learned how to apply makeup from a girl in the toilets. She was an exquisite, popular, sophisticated* (*It’s all relative) year nine girl (I was a year eight weed and the girls in ... Read more

by | June 28, 2011

Mia Freedman, author of Mia Culpa, answers Ten Terrifying Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru asks Mia Freedman author of Mia Culpa, Mama Mia and The New Black Ten Terrifying Questions ——————— 1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? Raised? Schooled? Born in Sydney. Raised in Sydney. Schooled in Sydney. All just a handful of suburbs apart. Lived in Italy for a year a... Read more

by | March 11, 2011

When My Husband Does the Dishes… by Kerri Sackville

When My Husband Does the Dishes . . . by Kerri Sackville This book will blow the lid off male/female relations (and then realise what it has done, pick the lid back up, say sorry, and replace it firmly, maybe even taping it down as a precaution, if it feels it is necessary). I have been following Kerri Sackville on Twitter and Facebook and have been reading her blog for the last year or so. She... Read more

by | March 9, 2011

Mia Culpa: Confessions from the Watercooler of Life by Mia Freedman

We have a little bit of a crush on Mia Freedman here at Booktopia, and by ‘we’ I mean ‘me’, and by ‘little’ I mean ‘big’, and by ‘crush’ I mean she’s taken out a restraining order… Kidding. (She’s filed one, it hasn’t been accepted. I’ll have my day in court…) And why Mia Freedman? Because she’... Read more

by | February 1, 2011

Mia Freedman and Booktopia on Twitter!

Booktopia is on Twitter! It is the place to keep up-to-date with the latest news in the world of books. Booktopia has been busily spreading book news of our own on Twitter and also meeting great Australian authors along the way. Join Twitter, follow Booktopia and join in the fun. Mia Freedman, author of Mama Mia is on Twitter, and so is Maggie Alderson, author of Pants on Fire, How to Break You... Read more

by | February 3, 2010