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Elizabeth Lhuede
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Out of the Ice by Ann Turner - a well-written, fast-paced read from @SimonSchusterAU

Ann Turner’s second novel, Out of the Ice, starts with penguins. Don’t be put off. This isn’t a nerdy book. It does have environmental themes and it is set in one of the most fantastic and little-known parts of the globe – Antarctica; but it’s also an…
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Reading The Ice Twins by S K Tremayne is like going on a carnival ride, a combination of roller coaster and ghost train. By the end of it, I was a wreck, spooked, intrigued, fascinated by its exploration of the depths of human psychology and emotions –…
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In the months before her arrest, Anne Baxter had many hours to think about her future. With this riveting opening, Olga Lorenzo begins a tale of woe, of a woman whose only ambition has been to love and nurture her own children, someone who had survived a…
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This looks interesting! #aww2016
 
My new book is coming out soon! A Holmes/Watson romance set in Australian in 1893! Here's the lovely cover. Stay tuned for info on the release dates!
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Australia Day always brings mixed feelings for me. Many of my friends prefer to think of it as “Invasion Day”. Some demand a change our national day to a date less reminiscence of our tragic treatment of our Indigenous peoples and their long history of…
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Goodbye 2015. This year I had great hopes of getting a lot of writing done. It just didn’t happen. Instead I spent time researching my family history on Trove and helping my 92-year-old aunt with her memoirs. I’m hoping to use this as the basis of a story…
Goodbye 2015. This year I had great hopes of getting a lot of writing done. It just didn't happen. Instead I spent time researching my family history on Trove and helping my 92-year-old aunt with h...
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Confession: Amy Witting’s I For Isobel (1989) has been on my shelf for ages and is the first work of hers I’ve read. The novel records a decade in the life of Isobel Callaghan, from unhappy nine to unfulfilled 19. Isobel is a loner, someone who struggles…
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Ghost Girls is the debut novel by Cath Ferla from Echo Publishing, the publisher that last year gave us Emma Viscik’s excellent Resurrection Bay. It’s primarily a mystery story, rather than suspense or thriller, though there are thriller elements in it.…
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When a review copy of Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner landed in my post office box, I thought, “Great, some new Aussie crime fiction!” Publishers know that I’m dedicated to reviewing works by Australian women and it’s rare they send me anything else.…
When a review copy of Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner landed in my post office box, I thought, "Great, some new Aussie crime fiction!" Publishers know that I'm dedicated to reviewing works by Au...
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We take a look at the country through the eyes of literature, and how books shine a light on some of the darker aspects of Australian life.
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Wow! What a timely read. The structure of That Devil’s Madness by Dominique Wilson is almost a double helix, seeming parallel narratives of France and Algeria from the late 19th century onwards, and Australia and Algeria in the 1960s. It follows the fates…
Wow! What a timely read. The structure of That Devil's Madness by Dominique Wilson is almost a double helix, seeming parallel narratives of France and Algeria from the late 19th century onwards, an...
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Networking Australian women writers, readers, booksellers, librarians, & teachers via #AWW2015 challenge
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Author, blogger, tutor, counsellor
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Writing, counselling, mentoring
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  • TAFE NSW
    On marking panel for OTEN, 2011 - present
    On panel for Creative Writing and English (Prelim and HSC)
  • Australian Women Writers
    Founder and convenor, 2011 - present
    Co-ordinates Australian Women Writers Challenge to help overcome gender bias in the reviewing of books by Australian women.