This British husband and wife team feels there's a better way to communicate with younger readers.
Emerging Writers' Festival director Sam Twyford-Moore talks about his favourite books.
Anna Goldsworthy's second autobiographical work is an account of the pains and pleasures of parenthood.
Much of the book involves debunking myths that cling to popular ideas about death.
Mapping (Me)lbourne's purpose is to read the streets, tap the source, catch memories, make up stories, write, map, write.
Self Portrait demonstrates Sir Roy Strong can still attract an audience.
A British mother, wife and book editor found the material and momentum for her best-selling fiction in south-western France.
A creative awakening is brilliantly rendered in this suspenseful tale.
From her own books to seeking author equality, Kate Mosse has a flair for drama.
This is very much a book of interiors, both literal and metaphoric.