“Great writers come from everywhere,” they say at The World’s Video Wiki. Everyone knows New York, but when was the last time you read a book from a writer from Australia, for example? Finding authors who grew up with different perspectives is not just important, it leads to more enjoyable and interesting reads. Take a look at some of those authors right here: Writers From South of the Equator
The Australian Times Magazine – Interview in Vol 2, No 2, by Lauren Dougherty with Hidden book cover the entire front page, dated November, 2014.
Young Writers – Interview with UK Poetry and Writing Magazine that works with schools and parents, encouraging young people to engage in creative writing since 1991.
Rinn Reads – Interview by Rinn from Rinn Reads dated 18th November, 2012.
The Australian Literature Review – On Fiction with an Australian Focus – Interview dated 18th November, 2013.
The Reader’s Quill – Interview dated 19th December, 2008.
Illawarra Mercury, Author Captures the Light Among the Dark – Interview dated 10th March, 2013, written by Kate Walsh.
ReadPlus Review Blog – The Named – Review by Pat Pledger, teacher/editor/reviewer, dated 25th June, 2010.
ReadPlus Review Blog – Hidden – Review by Pat Pledger, teacher/editor/reviewer, dated 26th March, 2013.
Kate’s Book Life – Review of Hidden by Kate dated 13th March, 2013.
Publishers Weekly – Review of The Named dated 2002.
Paranormal Book Lover – Review of Hidden by Sammy from Paranormal Book Lover dated 19th March, 2013.
Fictional Thoughts – Review of Fearless by Kate, owner of Fictional Thoughts Book Blog dated 3rd November, 2015.
Simply Nerdy – Review of Old Magic by Simply Nerdy Book Reviews dated 13th February, 2009.