Choose Your Own Ever After wins design award

A big congratulations to the super-talented people at Studio Spartels and Hardie Grant Egmont publishers. The Choose Your Own Ever After series has just won the ABDA‘s award for Best Designed Children’s/Young Adult Series! I’m excited to see that the judges love the front covers of How to get to Rio, The Call of the Wild (my two books […]

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Get Smitten Anywhere

Great news for fans of the Smitten young adult romance series who don’t live in Australia. Lust and Found and Tall, Dark  and Distant, as well as some other very hot Smitten titles have been released internationally. You can now get Smitten in paperback from international book suppliers as well as all of your favourite Australian online […]

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Counterfeit Love

The wait is over!  Counterfeit Love, my new book for young adults, is now available at bookshops and online.  Lucy Yang is loving her first television job in Hong Kong. She works hard and plays hard, and she doesn’t have time for a relationship if she wants to become a TV news anchor by the time […]

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Get Smitten

Fall in love with the Smitten series. Tall, Dark and Distant: He’s gorgeous, with god-like abs and an adorable English accent. Then she discovers that he’s actually a member of an obscenely wealthy Russian family, and he wants to get to know her better. Nik catapults Georgia into a world of private yachts, fast cars and […]

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The temples of Angkor

It’s seventeen years since I last visited Cambodia’s sprawling temple complex of Angkor. So, it’s no surprise that the UNESCO World Heritage site is a bit busier than it was last time I was here. Bus loads of tourists pour into Angkor Wat and the other famous temples of Bayon and Ta Prohm. Yet, there […]

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The Voice

I am loving the blind auditions of The Voice – not just because the talent is so outstanding, but because the whole message is so positive and inspiring. Even the singers who don’t turn any chairs are sent away with great professional advice and an explanation for why they didn’t move the coaches. Standing out from the […]

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