Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Melanie Kembrey Melbourne writer Murray Middleton wins the award that launched the careers of some of Australia's most successful writers, including Tim Winton, Kate Grenville, and Gillian Mears.
A picture book can help young children makes sense of the complexities of war, writes Angela Carey
Reviewer: Geoff Page Readers interested in the metaphysical, but not in doctrinal orthodoxy, will enjoy Philip Salom's distinctive take.
Michael Popple ROME'S LOST SON. By Robert Fabbri. Corvus. $29.99.
Eleanor Limprecht Kate Grenville's biography of her mother leaves the reader wanting more.
Prize-winning crime writer S.J. Watson on the books that shaped his life.
Emma Macdonald Leigh Van Der Horst thought she may never recover from her loss, but instead, she reached out to motherless mothers across the world to heal her sorrow.
Karen Hardy The debut author gives notions about America a shake up in his debut novel.
Reviewer: Karen Hardy A selection of fiction books are reviewed.