Loads of cool stuff! Including the fab news that YA author Dhonielle Clayton is coming to town!
Carly Nugent is this year's winner with her upper MG novel, The Peacock Detectives. Here's a Q&A with Carly, including inspiration for the book from growing up in Bright, Victoria. Congratulations Carly!
People keep subscribing to the newsletter, which makes me realise how useful it is. Huzzah! And I'm just as shocked as anyone that I'm still going!
Click here for Issue 30, April 16.
I'm having fun finding cute ferret pics for each issue.
OOps. Click here for all the news from April 9.
Click here to read this week's event'packed newsletter.
Here's issue #27. Brought to you by the Ferret of Love, who wishes you joy.
In which I contemplate running my own version of the Centre for Youth Lit now that the state library doesn't want it any more. Or something.
Nah, I'm just cut they've cut it.
The latest newsletter went out and there were THREE huge lists of awesome books in it. The Readings Children's Prize, The CBCA Notables list and the Gold and Silver Inky Awards Longlist. Phew!
Plus all the usual list of launches and events and authory things. Honestly, this newsletter is packed with great stuff.
Ahhhhh. This feels good. Latest issue here.
*sips ginger soda because it's far too early for anything harder.*