Guest Blog Wednesdays… Meet some aussie authors!

This week, instead of the usual guest post from an author with a blurb about their book,  i thought i would take the time to share some of the great posts that Aussie authors have contributed over the past few months in celebration of Aussie August Month!

Just last week suspense romance author Helene Young stopped by to chat about A Sense of Place and is giving away a copy of her novel, Wings of Fear. This is an international giveaway and ends 31st August.

Earlier in the month Sara Foster shared her thoughts On Writing and has offered two copies of her new release novel, Beneath the Shadows. This is AU/ NZ only and ends 31st August.

To kick off Aussie August month, fantasy author Jane Routley gives us the lowdown on earning a living as a writer plus an ecopy of Mage Heart is available to international entrants, ends 31st August.

Aussie paranormal author Tracey L Campbell encourages you to write Because You Have To and author of Airmail, Naomi Bulger has tips on How to Stay Creative when your Art is your Business

Colleen O’Grady shares A Writing Dilemma and a creative poem about a writer’s health. eWriter and indie author Perry Gamsby’s post on Read and Remember: Why a Reading List is Such a Good Idea is helpful to those avid readers!

Author of thriller According to Luke, Rosanne Dingli writes an experiential post about writing and travelling, On Location: An Author’s Trip

Elisabeth Storrs, author of The Wedding Shroud provides an insight into how ancient history has shaped her writing and what inspired the book.

 

There’s plenty of Aussie posts to check out and great books to add to your TBR list!

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2 comments

  1. Jayne – thank you so much for including me in this small gathering of excellent writers! The value of a blog such as yours is bringing Australian authors to the notice of readers (especially Australian ones of course).
    You play an important role in raising awareness of the contribution Aussie writers make to readers all over the world – what an amazing mob we are!

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