Announcing a new series of events to champion brilliant books written by and for women that celebrate love in all its forms.
Becoming, the memoir by Michelle Obama, to be published worldwide on 13 November 2018.
Morris Gleitzman announced as the Australian Children’s Laureate for 2018-2019.
Announcing the winner of the Penguin Random House Australia Literary Prize.
Announcing the shortlist for the Penguin Random House Australia Literary Prize.
I push my boot against the gas pedal, and the needle on the speedometer surges past one hundred miles an hour.
Brunetti found himself seated towards the rear of a Number One vaporetto, glancing idly through a copy of that morning’s Gazzettino.
There were only four words beneath the tattoo of the Grim Reaper on Aubrey Davenport’s inner left thigh. But they spoke volumes.
Everyone my age remembers where they were and what they were doing when they first heard about the contest.
Jamila Rizvi on the early experiences of motherhood that inspired her and so many other women to share their stories.
A pho meets Grandma-style chicken soup recipe from Shannon’s Kitchen.
A trusted, well-loved CWA scone recipe for over 60 years. Best served with cream and jam.
A creamy, tangy pasta dish from Nigella Lawson's At My Table that's so easy to make.
A loaf recipe perfect for babies, toddlers, teens and grown-ups at any time of the day from Annabel Karmel’s Baby-Led Weaning Recipe Book.
The author of espionage-thriller Need to Know on her real-life inspiration for the novel.
For the next week, kids around the country will be taking part in activities involving their favourite book characters. Everything from colouring in and craft to dressing up as their favourite character for the day. Why? Easy . . . Children’s Book Week is here!
Tuscany’s sunshine is the setting for this novel brimming with friendship and reflection – perfect for your next book club meeting.
Discover Susi Fox’s themes of maternal instinct, mental health and trust with your book club.
Explore Tim Winton’s themes of lost boys and toxic masculinity with your book club.
Book clubs will see history from a different perspective in these short stories from Ceridwen Dovey.
Unearth Ceridwen Dovey’s themes of guilt, power, shame and obsession with your book club.