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We can't help but blow our own horn! Here's a little showcase of some of the news items we and our authors have been privileged to be involved with.


Blaxland man Glen Fisher's story gives hope for survivors of abuse

Glen Fisher in Blue Mountains Gazette

A Blaxland man has written a book about a childhood full of abuse to give a voice to those without one, and to ... read more


A cautionary tale

Cecile Ravell in Love on a Faultline

This book, by a member of AusAPT (Australian Association of Psychological Type) certainly contributes to our search ... read more


In the Genes: doctor becomes patient after cancer diagnosis

Dr Jodie Fleming in The Standard

A psychologist to oncology patients, Warrnambool’s Jodie Fleming had helped dozens of patients with their cancer ... read more


Survival, Against the Odds

John Maddocks in Blue Mountains Gazette Review

This Boxing Day, 2018, will mark the 14th year since Springwood travel writer and former Blue Mountains high school ... read more


Inspirational Ron

Ron Smith in 7 News Melbourne

A man who used running and boxing to overcome alcohol addiction is motivating others to make the change themselves. read more


Is 74-Year-Old Ron Smith The Fittest Grandpa?

Ron Smith in Ten Eyewitness News Melbourne

Is this Australia's fittest grandpa? Ron Smith was overweight and an alcoholic before he turned his life around. read more


The Writers: John Maddocks

John Maddocks in Nightlife - ABC Radio

How do you rebuild your life after surviving a natural disaster like the 2004 tsunami? John Maddocks spoke to Suzanne ... read more


The story behind one of Australia’s most iconic buildings

Anthony Chidiac in 2GB Radio

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous buildings in the country. But not many of us know the full story ... read more


Ghosts, guns and God: 40 years paddling the Darling River

Tony Pritchard in ABC Radio Broken Hill

The call of the Darling River has wooed Tony Pritchard 12 times in his life. He has seen many things change and much ... read more


The Writing Life of: Simon Harding

Simon Harding in Whispering Stories

1) As a child what did you want to do when you grew up? I always wanted to join the army. In fact, at eighteen, I ... read more


The Bi-Polar Express wins reader awards

Ela and Natasha Simon in Global Ebook Awards

Congratulations Ela Simon & Natasha Simon: - Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist in the Non-Fiction - ... read more


Radio Interview: Simon Harding

Simon Harding in 88.9 WynFM

Simon Harding appeared on 88.9 WynFM's Book, Stage & Screen show with Samantha & Gordon Napier on 14 August ... read more


A shared path to conserving our country

Paul Callaghan in Australian Geographic

“THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL privilege to welcome you to my Country, and I’ll do it in my language,” Uncle ... read more


How 21 Aussie women are fabulous beyond their 50s

Julie Ankers in WYZA

You might feel fabulous at 50 plus, but not everyone's on the same page. The ogre of ageism prompted 66-year-old Julie ... read more


Review of The Bi-Polar Express

Ela and Natasha Simon in Readers Favourite

The interactive style of writing of both the authors is extremely entertaining. From the first chapter to the end, I ... read more


Ela on Brainwaves Radio Show

Ela and Natasha Simon in 3CR Radio Station

Ela Simon was interviewed for station 3CR by Brainwaves Radio Show, which is sponsored by the Mental Illness ... read more


This mum of five found time to write a novel and you can too

Kim Petersen in Kidspot

Author and mother-of-five, Kim Petersen, writes about the perks and pitfalls of writing a novel and juggling a marriage ... read more


Reviews of Millie's Angel

Kim Petersen in Readers Favorite

Millie's Angel: Just Imagine is a heartwarming, spiritually rich, and inspirational story that has a lot of realism in ... read more


Demelza on Ultra 106.5 FM

Demelza in Ultra 106.5 FM

Demelza was interviewd on Ultra 106.5 FM. read more


Another side of the story

Kylie Jones in Underground Writers

Kylie Jones' self-published novel The Other Woman begins with the author's husband telling her, after 28 years of ... read more


Kylie Jones: saying goodbye to my husband, after he became a transgender woman

Kylie Jones in ABC Radio

Some years ago, on a beach on Victoria's Phillip Island, a man named Colin had a revelation to make to his wife of 28 ... read more


Interview with John M Wenitong

Pemulwuy Weeatunga in Bee Zee Books UK

Q. Who are your greatest support - who believes in you? My support base throughout my life has been my wonderful ... read more


Murder, mystery and manuscripts

TJ Spade in Goulburn Post

DEBUT authors T.J. Spade and Montana Ash are known here at home as Natasha Boswell and Kimberley Rosevear. The ... read more


Murder, mystery and manuscripts

Montana Ash in Goulburn Post

DEBUT authors T.J. Spade and Montana Ash are known here at home as Natasha Boswell and Kimberley Rosevear. The ... read more


Insider's health advice from a nurse in the know

Kate Ryder in WA Health Consumers' Council

NSW nurse Kate Ryder is scheduled to speak at the WA Health Consumers' Council following the release of her book 'An ... read more


Insider's guide a boost for patients

Kate Ryder in The Weekend West

A manual on the health system has smart advice Almost 10 years ago, an anxious Kate Ryder was on the phone to her ... read more


Debut children's book from former Gazette pen

Emma J Blythe in The Hawkesbury Gazette

Former Gazette reporter and Castlereagh resident, Emma Blythe, is set to make her mark in another literary ... read more


A Beautiful Old Sydney Mansion. A Haunting Tale of Friendship, Tragedy and Dark Secrets.

Rosa Fedele in Digital Journal

Australian author and artist Rosa Fedele releases her first in a series of illustrated novels, THE RED DOOR. Fedele ... read more


Eric Wilson speaks to reporters

Eric Wilson in The Chronicle

Brother of slain nurse Lorraine Wilson, Eric Wilson, speaks to the media outside Brisbane Coroner's Court. read more


Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history

Eric Wilson in The Chronicle

IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy ... read more


"Meet the Mob" on ABC Radio Newcastle

Paul Callaghan in 1233 ABC Radio Newcastle

Paul Callaghan is a proud member of the Ridgeway and Manton mobs, born and bred in Karuah surrounded by his extended ... read more


A 'True Calling' on Breaking Literary Norms

Ramon Loyola in SBS Radio

In an interview with SBS Filipino, Loyola talks about shedding literary stereotypes and navigating Australia's literary ... read more


FF Jensen wins Bronze in the Global Ebook Awards

FF Jensen in Global Ebook Awards

BIG congratulations to our author, FF Jensen who has won a New Adult Fiction Bronze Medal in the 2015 Global Ebook ... read more


Murdered nurse's brother still hears silent screams

Eric Wilson in The Chronicle

THE coronial inquest into Toowoomba's infamous Murphys Creek murders of Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans has led to a ... read more


Joy 94.9 and Mauritian Radio Interviews

Jacques Coosh in Joy 94.9

Jacques Coosh was interviewed for Joy 94.9 radio and a Mauritian radio station recently. Click "More about this ... read more


Book Trailer: 'Artifice'

Jeff Hopkins in YouTube

View Jeff Hopkins' trailer for his first book 'Artifice'! read more


Review: 'The Privacy of Art' by Roslyn McFarland

Roslyn McFarland in

Reviewed by Rob Kennedy The Story This long-short story, bordering on a novella, is an account of a group of artists ... read more


Stories from Fred Wilkinson's time in Australia's retail industry

Fred Wilkinson in 5AA Radio Adelaide

Fred Wilkinson says he is still "upset completely" over the way Australia's manufacturing industry was killed ... read more


Macca chats to Fred Wilkinson

Fred Wilkinson in Australia All Over, ABC Radio

Macca sat down with Fred Wilkinson to talk about 'My Life in the Ragtrade', and the fascinating history of Australia's ... read more


Gran's notebook set off flight of imagination

Corina Morell in The Penrith Press

By Pranesh Nageshwar When granny Rosma Carlin gave her granddaughter Corina Boorman a notebook, it inspired the ... read more


Relative advantage: family businesses put under the spotlight

IndieMosh in Extra Magazine (The Sun Herald)

MUM'S THE WORD. Ally Mosher, 22, works with her mother Jenny, 52, at IndieMosh, a self-publishing facilitation company ... read more


Book review: Essence of Time

Gareth Wilding-Forbes in Discover Blue Mountains Magazine

Popular 2BLU-FM radio presenter Gareth Wilding-Forbes has recently released his first novel, Essence of Time. An actor, ... read more


Blue Mountains authors win international accolades

Kate Shayler in The Blue Mountains Gazette

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Blue Mountains authors win international accolades

Ally Mosher in The Blue Mountains Gazette

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Ally to the rescue: student guide to surviving the high school journey

Ally Mosher in The Penrith Press

Chris Georgakopoulos ALLY Mosher was told she was crazy after ignoring a $20,000 university scholarship but two ... read more


New book guides students

Ally Mosher in The Westerner

Ally Mosher turned down a place at university to write a book to help young women navigate their way through high ... read more