Tag Archives: Toni Jordan

Warm Winter Read

‘Grab your book, blanket and beanie – we’re hibernating with books this winter!’ In my day job as CEO of Public Libraries Victoria, I’m part of a working group behind the Warm Winter Read, a campaign designed to encourage readers … Continue reading

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Favourite reads of 2012

It’s that listing time of year, a time when I like to collect my thoughts, and those of others, too, in list form. Bookstores and websites are full of ‘best of’ lists by genre and I thought I’d get in … Continue reading

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Review: Nine Days

Toni Jordan took as inspiration for her third novel Nine Days a photograph from the archives of The Argus showing, on a crowded platform, a woman held high on a man’s shoulders so she can kiss the soldier leaning towards her from the … Continue reading

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Writers at the Convent 2011 de-brief

I’m fortunate to have been a guest at several writers’ festivals now, but Saturday’s New Fiction panel with Toni Jordan and Meg Mundell chaired by Nadine Davidoff goes down as one of my most enjoyable. For a start, we all … Continue reading

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Book review: Fall Girl

I’ve written elsewhere about how one of the great perks of being a published author is access to free books, and being on a panel at a writers’ festival generally triggers an influx. In preparation for the Writers at the … Continue reading

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Writers at the Convent 2011 Program

The Writers at the Convent 2011 Program went live this weekend. I had a few friends contact me when they saw my picture in Saturday’s Age. One said I looked ‘lovely’. I guess that will remain the case while my … Continue reading

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