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New Year’s reading resolutions

Tips to help you pick a reading goal and achieve it.

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Author reveals process behind new Friday Barnes book cover

The author of the much-loved series offers a behind-the-scenes look at how she creates her eye-catching book covers.

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An exercise in letting go

Get ready to put pen to paper with this activity from Hugh van Cuylenburg's book Let Go.

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The simple three-step process for letting go of shame

The Resilience Project co-founder reveals a different side in his new no-holds-barred book tackling feelings of shame.

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Dear reader: A letter from Brené Brown

The bestselling author of Gifts of Imperfection and Dare to Lead on the vastness of human emotion.

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One of Us is Lying: Meet the suspects

Five students get detention, only four leave alive. How far would you go to protect your secrets?

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5 Christmas tales to get you in a festive mood

Make the lead-up to the holidays magical with these merry reads.

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Top 5 unmissable Aussie books of 2021

A list of page turners we recommend you read this year.

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What book you should read based on your star sign

Your zodiac sign could be key to discovering your next great read.

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Gary Mehigan reveals surprising Christmas lunch tradition

The TV chef has revealed the one Christmas favourite he leaves off the menu.

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Gary Mehigan's 5 tips for the perfect Christmas lunch

The TV chef shares his secrets to successfully entertaining friends and family over the holidays.

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Submissions open for the 2022 Penguin Literary Prize

We're on the lookout for aspiring authors wanting to tell their story.

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2021 Booker Prize winner announced

It's third time lucky for Damon Galgut, who won the Booker Prize after being shortlisted twice before.

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Explain That: Where did the Australian accent come from?

Karl Quinn delves into why the Australian accent sounds like it does and the biggest misconceptions about it.

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What is love at first sight?

Can a chemical reaction in your brain really decide your romantic future? Or have we been sold a fairytale?

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The most bonkers advice women have been fed for centuries

Should I wear an apron or bikini to a BBQ? How do I trap a husband? Does my period make me poisonous? Advice column with a difference.

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Corsets and shapewear: delightful or dangerous?

Kaz Cooke debunks bonkers advice fed to women for centuries, starting with their bodies and a 'need' for shapewear.

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A timeline of bad a** women in history

There are so many women who have achieved remarkable things in history, but it's likely you've never heard of them.

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