"Book lovers never go to bed alone"
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Did you know Australians read more books than any other country per capita? To celebrate our passion for reading, libraries and bookshops all around the country are taking part in the ‘Get Reading!’ campaign. Previously known a ‘Books Alive’ this is Australia’s largest annual promotion of books and reading. Get Reading! runs for all of September, so look out for…Continue
If you are looking for new crime writers why not try some of Australia’s best for 2010. The Ned Kelly Awards celebrate excellence in Australian crime writing and are presented annually at the Melbourne Writer’s festival. Categories include best crime fiction, best first crime novel and true crime. Winner’s will be announced September 3rd 2010.…Continue
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ContinueI feel that the novel is anchored by Manolis [the Greek patriarch], and by the teenage Connie and Richie [her gay best friend]. These are two generations that offer an optimism. Manolis is my father's generation. He espouses values and beliefs that are outrageous. But he does have a system of honour and I wish we could create a language for it. Also Richie and Connie – I'm sure it…
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Have you ever found yourself wondering what to read next? I know I have! Well the answer could be as simple as signing up to NextReads Mosman Library's free electronic newsletter service. Nextreads delivers new releases and recommeded reading, tailored to your own reading tastes, straight to your inbox. Choose from the following genres:
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"Leviathan" and "He died with a falafel in his hand." by John Birmingham.
"Dancing with Strangers" Inga Clendinnen.
and "True history of the Kelly gang." by Peter Carey.
"Batavias graveyard" Mike Dash. "Possesion" by A.S. Byatt
"Eats, shoots, leaves." Lynne Truss and
"The meaning of everything." Simon Winchester, "The name of the Rose" Umberto Eco
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