The majority of Australians live in close proximity to the coast, but Deb Hunt's new book gives an insight into the lives of remote farming families.
Michael Idato Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Reviewer: Anna Creer Nordic noir: Three for a Sunday.
Linda Morris Kate Forsyth reimagines the fairytale Beauty and the Beast in Nazi Germany in her new period novel.
Lucy Estela studied languages at university and has worked as a developer of websites and computer games in London and Sydney for companies including Disney, Warner Bros Pictures and Xbox.
Rohan Anderson Spring is lambing season. Rohan Anderson ponders the idea of buying lamb which has been raised locally.
Ron Cerabona Wordsmith David Astle looks at the long and fascinating history of linguistic befuddlement around the world in his latest book.
Jason Steger As the dollar weakens, will book prices increase? How real is the print revival in the US and Britain?
Mark McGinness For 15 years Anthony Horowitz diligently served his apprenticeship through his adventures of Alex Rider, the boy who was meant to be Bond.
Marc McEvoy Murderer, rapist, adulterer and tyrant are not the usual Sunday School epithets attributed to David, the shepherd boy from the Bible who slew the Philistine giant, Goliath, and grew up to become King of Israel.