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View the profile of Colin Falconer

Colin Falconer

Colin Falconer is the internationally best selling author of over two dozen novels of crime and historical fiction, that have been translated into twenty-four languages. Born in North London, Colin now lives in Fremantle.

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Rebecca J Palmer is the author/illustrator of the picture book, Monkey Mind, a gentle narrative about the worrying thoughts that cause anxiety. Illustrated with drypoint etchings and watercolour, Monkey Mind is a visual exploration of mindfulness and growth mindset for children, their carers and adults. Rebecca is a fierce advocate for the power of visual…

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View the profile of Jevita Nilson

Jevita Nilson

Jevita Nilson is a Perth based children's author who writes uplifting stories for curious kids. She is passionate about encouraging young readers to discover their imagination and embrace their individuality. Jevita is the author of 'Happy Hearts' (New Holland Publishers, 2020), a picture book helping young children find comfort after the loss of a loved…

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View the profile of Khaiah Thomson

Khaiah Thomson

Author Khaiah Thomson pens the Welcome to Blackwood (Young Adult, Paranormal Fiction) series. The first book in the series, titled Welcome to Blackwood, won the Hawkeye Publishing Manuscript Development Prize in 2020 and went on to become the publisher’s flagship YA presence in the marketplace.

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View the profile of Peter Purchase

Peter Purchase

Peter Purchase published his fictional historical novel "The Albatross Necklace" (2012) after researching the wreck of the Dutch ship Zuytdorp in 1712 on the cliffs north of Kalbarri. There were survivors, some of whom are believed to have integrated with the local Malgana and Nhanda First Nations people. Peter is now turning that research into…

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Originally from the UK, Mags Webster is currently based in Western Australia, living on Whadjuk Boodjar of the Noongar Nation. From 2011 to 2014 Mags lived, worked and studied in Hong Kong. Mags’ work (poetry, reviews, academic papers and essays) has appeared in various anthologies and journals in Australia, Asia and America. In 2011, her…

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