Aussie Author Challenge

As the year 2010 nears its end, I’ve just learned about the annual Aussie Author Challenge, a terrific initiative designed to encourage people to read more works by Australian authors. As an Australian author, I can only support such an initiative.

As it turns out, I have met the requirements of the ‘tourist’ category for the 2010 challenge, having posted 3+ reviews of books by Australian authors on this blog in 2010, namely:

A Few Right Thinking Men – Sulari Gentill

Gunshot Road – Adrian Hyland

Take Out – Felicity Young

Line of Sight – David Whish-Wilson

For the 2011 Aussie Author Challenge, aiming for ‘true blue’ status and reviewing 12 books by Australian authors is probably a bit ambitious, given that I am also trying to write another novel.

But I reckon I can keep being a tourist, a get better at it with practice.

About Angela Savage

Angela Savage is a Melbourne writer, who has lived and travelled extensively in Asia. She won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript, and the Scarlet Stiletto Award short story award. Her latest novel is, Mother of Pearl, published by Transit Lounge. Angela holds a PhD in Creative Writing, is former CEO of Writers Victoria, and currently works as CEO of Public Libraries Victoria.
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2 Responses to Aussie Author Challenge

  1. A very warm welcome to the Aussie Author Challenge Angela! I’ve sorted out those links for you 🙂

    Your new book sounds excellent – congrats on the great reviews to date!

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