Aussie Author

Challenge Completion – Australian Women Writers & Aussie Author Challenge

Aussie reading challenge completion

I’ve been a long time supporter of Aussie literary talent through hosting the Aussie Author Challenge since 2010 and annual participation in the Australian Women Writers Challenge.

Books by Aussie Authors Reviewed in 2015

So that’s 24 titles in total – 15 female and 10 male authors represented, many of them new to me, and 2 non-fiction titles – which means I have well and truly completed my Australian Women Writers Challenge and Aussie Author Challenge reading and reviewing goals for 2015!

Aussie Author Challenge 2015               aww-badge-2015

We also had the pleasure of speaking to some of these, and other talented Aussies writers about their experiences.

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Interviews with Aussie Authors in 2015

Vanessa Skye, on the release of Bloodlines
Charlotte McConaghy, on the release of Avery (The Chronicles of Kaya #1)
Robert Edeson, on The Weaver Fish
Alan Carter, on the release of Bad Seed
Rachel Amphlett, on the release of Look Closer
Oliver Mol, on the release of Lion Attack!
Peter d’Plesse, on the release of Fire Eye
Gary Kemble, on the release of Skin Deep
Claire Varley, on the release of The Bit in Between
Kate Forsyth, on the release of The Beast’s Garden
Graeme Simsion, at the Brisbane Writers Festival
Emma Viskic, on the release of Resurrection Bay
J M Green, on the release of Good Money

It should go without saying that I’ll be participating in both of these challenges again next year.

In fact this post also serves as my commitment to the Kangaroo Level of the Aussie Author Challenge 2016 and the Miles level of the Australian Women Writers Challenge.

Aussie Author Challenge 2016         AWW2016