The Quick Six Interview with Helen Castles on Scoop McLaren

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Helen Castles! It’s a pleasure to welcome children’s author, Helen Castles, to the blog! Helen is here to discuss her fun, captivating series for junior readers (and writers!), Scoop McLaren: Detective Editor, and in particular, the second title, Waves of Mystery. Keep your eyes open and pens ready to uncover more READ MORE

A Poetic Delight: Marg Gibbs and Margeaux Davis on Goose at the Gate

Goose at the Gate: Poems for Children, is a blended whimsical, magical, tender, playful and adventurous collection of delightfully endearing poems, dedicated to Marg Gibbs‘ grandchildren, and written for children of all ages, far and wide. With her own beautiful collages, and combined with the delicious watercolour illustrations of Margeaux Davis, the pair deliver a READ MORE

Time for an Interview with Dave Hackett

Time goes by quickly, and it’s already nearly time for another celebrated event – Father’s Day! We are super excited to hold another treasured picture book in the ‘Time for…’ series in our hands, as we embark on an adventure into cherishing all the wonderful things about our Dads. ‘At a time where our world READ MORE

Remain on High Alert – News on Max Booth from the Bluggsville Evening Post

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day4 Senior journalist of the Bluggsville Evening Post maintains an interesting view on the case of the missing ‘Cosmic Collar’, and who they call, ‘Runaway Ragamuffins’ – Max Booth and Oscar B Beaglebot. Please read on to find out what they have to say… Article by Cameron Macintosh.     Follow READ MORE

#BookReview: Max Booth Future Sleuth #5: Chip Blip by Cameron Macintosh and Dave Atze

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 #BookReview Max Booth Future Sleuth #5; Chip Blip, Cameron Macintosh (author), Dave Atze (illus.), Big Sky Publishing, July 2020.   Blurb: WHAT USE IS A CHIP THAT YOU CAN’T EAT? MAX IS ABOUT TO FIND OUT! Max and his robo-dog, Oscar, are baffled by the discovery of a tiny device READ MORE

Bluggsville Bulletin Newsflash! Exclusive Interview with Max and Oscar

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 EXCLUSIVE NEWS! We’re thrilled to have collaborated with the reporter, aka Cameron Macintosh, at the Bluggsville Bulletin to bring you this insightful and eye-opening interview with none other than Max Booth and Oscar B Beaglebot about their time in 2424 when they discovered the microchip ID that belonged to the READ MORE

Will you WIN the Lucky Chip Blip Prize?

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 It’s a Lucky Chip Blip #BookGiveaway! Do you want to go in the ‘Lucky Chip Blip’ draw for a CHANCE to WIN a copy of Max Booth Future Sleuth #5; Chip Blip by Cameron Macintosh and Dave Atze? Of course you do! This exciting book – from the microscopic to READ MORE

Max Booth Future Sleuth is back… with author Cameron Macintosh!

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day1 We are absolutely delighted to welcome back talented author, and all-round funny man, Cameron Macintosh, for another spectacular book campaign! We can’t recommend Cameron’s Max Booth Future Sleuth series highly enough, with every new title offering plenty of laughs, suspense and new gadget discoveries galore! Check out our previous campaigns READ MORE

#BookReview: Carly Mills; A New World by Jane Smith

#CarlyMillsANewWorld #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 #BookReview Carly Mills, Pioneer Girl: A New World, Jane Smith (author), Big Sky Publishing, May 2020. Blurb: I never can imagine that Almighty God sent females into the world to be cooks and housemaids all their days. Caroline Chisholm. Humanitarian, 1808 – 1877 It’s not easy coming to the city all READ MORE

Knitting is not enough by Jane Smith

#CarlyMillsANewWorld #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 Jane Smith reveals where her character, Carly Mills, came from, her role in honouring our Australian pioneering women, and why their contributions of the past have been, and still are, so important to the future of younger generations. Jane has truly brought history to life – thank you! ‘Live life when READ MORE