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Have a Happy 2015! And… here are some of our new books:
Click on these underlined links to see more about each writer and their new book:

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Stephen Daisley: Coming Rain:
Stephen Daisley writes in lucid, rippling prose of how things work, and why; of the profound satisfaction in hard work done with care; of love and friendship, and the damage that both contain.

 

Amanda Ortlepp: Claiming Noah: ortlepp-cvr …Diana has given birth to a beautiful little boy, Noah. But when he is two months old Noah is abducted… and Diana and Liam’s nightmare begins. Where is Noah?

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Peter Twohig: The Torch: A madcap, brilliantly shambolic and irresistibly fun novel about loss, discovery and living life to the full, The Torch is a ripper of a ride.

 

Robert Dessaix: What Days are For: A Memoir “The pleasure and elegance of all Dessaix’s writing is in the language, the erudition, the delicate, often unexpected and lovely connections, and the intimate, conversational voice…” – Agnes Nieuwenhuizen, in The Australian

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Anne Gorman:
The Country Wife
‘In the tradition of Sara Henderson’s From Strength to Strength, comes a powerful true story of heartbreak and triumph.’

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Amanda Lohrey:
A Short History of Richard Kline

Barry Maitland: Crucifixion Creek

Fiona Palmer: The Sunnyvale Girls

Mark Roeder: Unnatural Selection US edition released in 2014: “Unnatural Selection paints a compelling picture of human adaptability, identifying new traits within all of us that are helping us to survive and succeed in a world dominated by information…”

We have moved our email addresses to the supposedly safe gmail.com. Now if only Apple Mail could learn to play well with Gmail! Please go to the Contact Us link above, and send us a brief request asking us to send you our correct email address.

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Also, we have moved our website to a ‘responsive’ WordPress blog site to allow us to sort our authors by WordPress Category, that is, by Genre. On a small screen, they may be at the very foot of the page.

A ‘responsive’ WordPress blog site resizes and redesigns itself automatically for smaller screens like pads or phone screens. Amazing! That’s a bonus!

Genre pages sort automatically into reverse alphabetical listing, from Z to A. Authors have their own pages, with the links in correct alphabetical order, A to Z, listed in the sidebar on a wide screen. We represent the work of many authors, so the list is quite long.

See the “All About ALM” page for more about us.

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