S. J. Morgan is a fellow Adelaide #LoveOzYA debut author and I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of her novel, Heaven Sent. The story follows Adelaide girl, Evie, whose life feels like a mess until the mysterious Gabe literally comes crashing into her world. But while Gabe initially seems like the answer to her prayers, Evie isn’t sure whether she can trust him.
Hayley Lawrence’s compelling and thought-provoking #LoveOzYA debut, Inside the Tiger (Penguin Random House Australia, 2018) had my heart in a vice grip and I caught up with Hayley to find out more about her writing process and where the story came from.
I was lucky enough to nab an early copy of I am out with Lanterns a few weeks ago […]
Sharon Kernot’s YA verse novel The Art of Taxidermy was shortlisted for the 2017 Text Prize and published by […]
Genre: Contemporary YA The Blurb It’s the end of Year 12. Lucy’s looking for Shadow, the graffiti artist everyone […]
Last week, I was thrilled to share that my YA novel, NEVERLAND, will be published by Penguin Random House […]
Before I launch into the fanfest that’s about to ensue, I feel I need to be upfront: My […]
Friends, I have some fabulous news that I have been absolutely bursting to share with you: I HAVE […]
Life in small town Queensland has always been tough for sixteen-year-old Clancy Underhill. She’s a loner. Doesn’t fit. […]
Margot McGovern reviews Simmone Howell’s smart ‘n’ sassy YA novel, Girl Defective. Girl Defective is the story of the […]