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.
Candida Baker As a lifelong horse lover, I've learned that people who advertise horses for sale make second-hand car dealers look like saints.
Tara Lal is a firefighter in Sydney trained in suicide prevention, mental health, first aid and crisis intervention. She is also a registered physiotherapist. Tara's first book, Standing On My Brother's Shoulders (Watkins), is a memoir written as a dialogue with her late brother, who suffered from depression.
Karen Hardy Karen Hardy reveals discovery is the thread running through this week's crop of fiction.
Jane Caro Re-entering the workforce after having children brings a unique set of challenges for women, writes Jane Caro.
Mark Tewfik The Story of the Lost Child
Jason Steger Opening the Melbourne Agency; Kausgaard has more in store; like detective, like creator; and farewell to some Kindles.
Susan Wyndham Meet the elusive Elizabeth Harrower; Harry Potter illustrated; India with Claire Scobie
Jason Steger Les Murray considers the influence of his home on his poetry and reflects on a year that has seen him publish two books.