The majority of Australians live in close proximity to the coast, but Deb Hunt's new book gives an insight into the lives of remote farming families.
Michael Idato Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Ross Southernwood In the best thriller traditions, this exciting novel's end-game contains an unexpected twist.
Mary Norris, author of Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen, names some of her favourite books.
Reviewer: Geoff Page John Hawke's use of myth reminds us of a time when Greek mythology was once over-used.
Stephanie Dowrick Roy Williams' thorough examination of Christianity in Australia emphasises the positive role the church has played in our history, and challenges it to help forge a more morally courageous nation.
Jason Steger James Salter's interviews are being compiled in a new book, Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman's nationality is proving problematic, and Pearson has claimed the top publishing spot, writes Jason Steger.
Susan Wyndham Lessons from paper planes and hats; a writers' festival on the secret river; laughter and tears at the Russell Prize for Humour Writing.
Robert Willson Whether you find Roy Williams' propositions outrageous or inspiring, please suspend judgment until you read his work.
Clare Colley Jesuit priest Father Frank Brennan knows it's hard to convince Australians to change, but he believes there's a way forward to achieve constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.
AMY Holder (nee Evison) from Worrigee has been named the 2015 Bride of the Year.
THE quick actions of a concerned neighbour and Fire and Rescue have saved a 150-year-old house in Terara.