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Indie Top 10 Bestsellers

1.My Story, Julia Gillard (Random House Grp) 
2.The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion (Text Publishing)
3.The Blood of Olympus: Heroes of Olympus, Rick Riordan (Penguin) 
4.Not That Kind of Girl, Lena Dunham (Harper Collins) 
5.Plenty More, Yotam Ottolenghi (Random House Grp)
6.52_Storey Treehouse, Andy Griffiths (Pan Macmillan Grp)
7.Gone Girl FTI, Gillian Flynn (Hachette Orion) 
8.Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn (Hachette Orion) 
9.The Wife Drought, Annabel Crabb (Random House) 
10.The Rosie Project, Graeme Simsion (Text Publishing)

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15/10/2014 9:27 AM
The Australian Independent Bookseller's SPRING READING GUIDE is out now
We are excited to share with you a fantastic selection of fiction, non-fiction and children's titles coming out this Spring.

Also throughout this catalogue you will find special and exclusive offers, competitions and great gift ideas for father's Day.

You can download, browse and share the catalogue by clicking on the link below

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3/09/2014 4:49 PM
The Australian Independent Bookseller's CHILDREN'S CATALOGUE is out now 
Inside you will find a great selection of books for children of all ages – from picture books for babies and toddlers, to first readers and junior fiction, to more sophisticated texts for teens and young adults. 

Also included are interviews with bestselling authors which you can download as PDF's below

To download a PDF version of the Catalogue click here

For a Q&A with Jane Jolly and Robert Ingpen - authors of Tea and Sugar Christmas - click here

For a Q&A with A.F Harrold - author of The Imaginary - click here

For Judith Rossell and Chen Byng on Withering-By-Sea click here

For Jackie French and Bruce Whatley on The Beach They Called Gallipoli click here

15/10/2014 9:29 AM

On Tuesday 14 October, Richard Flanagan was announced as the winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize for Fiction for The Narrow Road to the Deep North, published by Random House

The Tasmanian-born author is the third Australian to win the coveted prize which, for the first time in its 46-year history, is now expanded to include entries from writers of all nationalities, writing originally in English and published in the UK. 

The Narrow Road to the Deep North is the sixth novel from Richard Flanagan, who is considered by many to be one of Australia’s finest novelists. It centres upon the experiences of surgeon Dorrigo Evans in a Japanese POW camp on the now infamous Thailand-Burma railway. The Financial Times calls it ‘elegantly wrought, measured and without an ounce of melodrama… nothing short of a masterpiece.

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