Five Minutes with Michelle Lovi, Odyssey Books #LoveAusAuthors

Michelle Lovi Odyssey Books

Michelle Lovi is the founder and publisher at Odyssey Books and new imprints Publisher Obscura and Ensorcellia. After many years juggling a public service career with her role as Creative Director at Lip Magazine, freelancing as a web designer, and working as a publishing consultant, she turned to book publishing in 2009, when Odyssey Books…

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Five Minutes with Ann Harth #LoveAusAuthors

AUstralian children's authors

Ann Harth says writing gives her a voice. She began writing picture books because her son had ‘an allergy to reading,’ and as he has grown, she has continued writing books all the way through to YA. She writes characters her son can identify with and enjoys creating humorous, character-driven children’s books. ‘I believe instilling…

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#LoveAusAuthors New Australian Book Store!

Australian Book Store

#LoveAusAuthors Bookish Store I am excited to announce today that I will soon be launching my #LoveAusAuthors Australian book store online, alongside my blog series! It is a unique concept that I hope will support Australian authors and creatives at the same time. Aussie authors, if you are interested in me stocking your book/s and/or potentially…

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Five Minutes with Dr Clare Rhoden #LoveAusAuthors

#LoveAusAuthors Dr Clare Hoden

Writing the story about Dr Clare Rhoden’s journey with words, brought up many memories of my own history and the things that keep me writing now. I am sure lots of you will have a similar connection to Clare, starting with the fact that like many authors, she says she writes because she has to.…

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Five Minutes with Hazel Edwards O.A.M #LoveAusAuthors

Hazel Edwards OAM is the star of my #LoveAusAuthor feature today. Her third published work is perhaps her best known, the children’s picture book classic, ‘There’s a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake’. This special imaginary friend has been cherished by children and parents alike and led to the ‘dubious honour’ of Hazel being referred…

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