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Novelists in Australia on writing novels.
Novelists in Australia on writing novels.

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Why Do People Read Novels? by Ben Marshall.

Ben Marshall is an emerging novelist and full time screenwriter for television. Ben’s screenwriting work includes television shows such as 'Neighbours' and 'Shortland Street' (New Zealand), and short films which have won awards at film festivals in numerous countries. Ben lives on the Sunshine Coast in south east Queensland and is currently working toward getting a novel published.

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The Journey To Getting My First Novel Published, by Rebecca Raisin (guest article).

Rebecca Raisin lives in Perth, Western Australia. Her debut novel, 'Mexican Kimono', is due for release later this year with Australian digital publisher Really Blue Books.

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Appearing At A Writers' Festival As A Debut Novelist, by Jenn J McLeod.

Jenn J McLeod is the author of 'House For All Seasons' (Simon & Schuster), released on March 1st 2013. Her second novel is due for release with Simon & Schuster in 2014. Jenn writes about contemporary small town country life, lives in the small seaside town of Sawtell near Coffs Harbour, northern New South Wales, where she also runs a bed & breakfast property.

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Researching To Write A Novel, by Phillipa Fioretti.

Phillipa Fioretti is the author of 'The Book of Love' and 'The Fragment of Dreams', both published by Hachette. Phillipa holds a Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies. Phillipa lives in Adelaide, South Australia and is currently working on her third novel.

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Strategic Thinking When Writing A Novel, by Greg Barron.

Greg Barron is the author of 'Rotten Gods' (HarperCollins). Published in July 2012, 'Rotten Gods', a political thriller set in Dubai, is Greg’s debut novel. Greg’s second novel, tentatively titled 'The Savage Tide', is due for release in July 2013. Greg lives on a small farm near Coffs Harbour, northern New South Wales.

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The Business Of Being A Novelist, by Helene Young.

Helene Young is the multi-award-winning author of three romantic suspense novels, 'Wings of Fear' (Hachette) – formerly titled 'Border Watch' – 'Shattered Sky' (Hachette) and 'Burning Lies' (Penguin). Her fourth novel, 'Half Moon Bay', is due for release in June. Helene lives in Cairns and works as an airline pilot in addition to writing novels.

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How Long Does It Take To Write A Novel? by Onil Lad.

Onil Lad is an aspiring novelist of urban noir fantasy fiction. Formerly from Darwin, Onil lives in Perth and is working toward getting a novel published.

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Why Have A Literary Agent? by Alison Booth.

Alison Booth is the author of three novels, 'Stillwater Creek', 'The Indigo Sky' and 'A Distant Land' (all published by Random House), which make up The Jingera Trilogy. Alison holds a PhD from the London School of Economics, and is a Professor of Economics and a Public Policy Fellow at Australian National University. Alison lives in Canberra with her husband and two daughters.

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Life As A Newly Published Novelist, by Jenn J McLeod.

Jenn J McLeod is the author of 'House For All Seasons' (Simon & Schuster), released on March 1st 2013. Her second novel is due for release with Simon & Schuster in 2014. Jenn writes about contemporary small town country life, lives in the small seaside town of Sawtell near Coffs Harbour, northern New South Wales, where she also runs a bed & breakfast property.

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What Makes A Bad Writer (And How To Avoid It), by Lia Weston.

Lia Weston is the author of 'The Fortunes of Ruby White' (Simon & Schuster), her debut novel, published in July 2010. Lia has a story in the novel-length integrated short story collection 'The Life and Times of Chester Lewis'. She also runs a bicycle shop with her husband and has worked as a freelance editor. Lia lives in Adelaide, South Australia.
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