Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Christine Cremen The many pleasures of a story about infidelity and death
Kooshyar Karimi is the author of Leila's Secret (Penguin), a best-selling memoir about his work as a doctor in Iran, where he gave women illegal abortions to save them from stoning to death for having sex outside marriage. He was arrested, tortured and escaped to Australia, where he works as a doctor in Sydney.
Karen Hardy The author chips away at the veneer in her latest novel.
Jeff Popple Jeff Popple finds three very good crime novels.
Pip Lincolne Challenging the obsession with happiness, the author is focusing instead on more attainable bite-sized nice bits.
Linda Morris New developments in the legal battle over the financial windfall from the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.
Jason Steger What's going in the world of books.
Susan Wyndham ALS Gold Medal shortlist; grammar back in style; violinist Richard Tognetti at Sydney Writers' Festival
Ron Cerabona Prizes, talks and launches star in this week's line-up of literary happenings.
A record crowd gathered for both the Dawn Service and the March and Commemoration in Bombala in this ...
A huge crowd gathered to see the Bombala Anzac Centenary Memorial dedicated on April 24.
Essential Energy is hard at work in the main street this week
The Delegate community also marked the Centenary of Anzac with great spirit
Sam Dyer has been nominated for a Young Achiever Award for successfully running his own business
A traveller lost her beloved cat in Bombala over the Easter holidays and, thanks to the help of ...