Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Christine Cremen We're in Melbourne in 1943, a city where, for just a penny, a tram will take you anywhere you want to go.
Reviewer: Karen Hardy Karen Hardy delves in the world of fiction with three e-book reviews.
Josephine Moon Author Josephine Moon attempts to dispel the myth that this delight is mere confectionery.
Karen Hardy Her debut novel has distinctly carnal overtones but it's the words themselves that give Jill Alexander Essbaum all the pleasure, writes Karen Hardy.
Susan Wyndham The greatest challenge to human life today is "Will the individual triumph? Or will the mob impose itself onto everyone else?" says Douglas Coupland.
Susan Wyndham Biographies of three important Australian authors are on the way - would they like the result?
Linda Morris Naturalist Helen Macdonald wows the critics with her odd memoir of grief and a hawk named Mabel.
Eccentric journeys, Gothic and mystery novels provide inspiration for writer Emma Healey.
David Astle How the actual became virtual.
Cancer survivor Jessica Chan said some of the worst experiences of her illness had been the weekly long ...
Neva Hartmann at her East Kurrajong animal haven
Hawkesbury Gazette - The month of January in pictures
A protest rally was held outside Hawkesbury Council last night over the death of fish, eels and reptiles ...
2015 Hawkesbury City Council Australian Citizenship Ceremony held at the Windsor Function Centre
Hawkesbury Australia Day Awards held at the Richmond Club, 26 January 2015.