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Kiss and Tell | Emily Madden

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Sydney-sider Emily Madden’s newest release, Heart of the Cross, is stealing hearts across Australia, with rich, relatable characters and well-woven plots. The dual timeline tale opens in Ireland before moving to the bustling Kings Cross district in Sydney, where lead character Rosie Hart finds herself in strife. Neither her husband or her new life in Australia match her expectations, and she soon discovers her flamboyant neighbours care for her more than the man she married.

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Member New Releases | September 2019

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The Trouble With ChristmasAmy AndrewsEntangled/MacmillanDigital, PrintLearn More The Landowner’s SecretSonya HeaneyEscape (Harlequin/HarperCollins)DigitalLearn More Two of a KindSasha CottmanCottman Data ServicesDigital, Print, AudioLearn More Winter’s WalkMel A RoweR&R Ramblings HouseDigitalLearn More His Billionaire BrideMadeline AshTule PublishingDigitalLearn More Falling for the Secret PrincessKandy ShepherdHarlequin Mills & BoonDigital, PrintLearn More Meet Me in the MiddleJacquie UnderdownEscape PublishingDigitalLearn More When You Least Expect ItHelen LaceyHarlequin Special EditionDigital, PrintLearn More Autumn at Blaxland FallsEliza BennettsIndieDigital, PrintLearn More Eddie and the Show QueenCathryn HeinIndie PublishedDigital, PrintLearn More

Kiss and Tell | Karly Lane

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Bestselling author, Karly Lane is a front runner in the rural romance genre, with her latest novel Mr Right Now bringing readers another much-anticipated serve of country living. Picking up where the first book left off, Mr Right Now focusses on Griff Callahan and Olivia Dawson as they navigate the city/country divide and deal with the romantic flame that keeps flickering to life when they least expect it.

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Tips from and Industry Insider | Everyday Marketing for Authors

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I can hear the groans across the interwebs. For most authors, marketing is a grudge job, as bad, or worse, than having to mop the floor (my personal bugbear). And what is it about dishes and laundry that ensure the sink and the clothes basket are never empty? You finish one round and have to start on the next. It’s the same with Instagram, newsletters and other forms of everyday marketing.