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AUTHOR OF THE MONTH: Lisa Heidke

AusRom Today Author of the Month: LISA HEIDKE

 

Describe yourself in one word:
Optimistic

What is your background with regard to writing?
Though I studied journalism at university, I was intimidated by the thought of interviewing people, so I went into publishing, marketing and promotion before returning to journalism and writing for magazines including… 733 more words

Feature Spotlight

REVIEW: Lisa Heidke's 'The Callahan Split'

The Callahan Split
Lisa Heidke

No one knows you better than your sister.

In tennis, as in life, nothing ever goes truly to plan.

Samantha and Annie Callahan are successful doubles champions — the toast of the Olympics, Wimbledon, and Flushing Meadow. 494 more words

Reviews

Book Review: Stella Makes Good by @lisaheidke #AWW2015

What I love about Stella Makes Good by Lisa Heidke is that it is Chick Lit (I do not use that term in a disparaging way, I happen to think there is nothing wrong with reading or writing stories for women and am a little bit “shame on you” about people who think there is something bad about that), that has an older female lead. 222 more words

Book Review

A Conversation with Lisa Heidke

It occurred to me that I hardly need to introduce Lisa Heidke to followers of this blog, who I know are pretty passionate readers of contemporary women’s fiction. 1,014 more words

Books

AUSSIE MONTH: Lisa Heidke

AUSSIE MONTH with Lisa Heidke

Describe yourself in one word:
Inappropriate

What is your background with regard to writing?
A hundred years ago I was a feature writer on… 523 more words

2015 Aussie Month

FEATURE SPOTLIGHT: Lisa Heidke

Author Spotlight: Lisa Heidke

Describe yourself in one word: Passionate

What is your background with regard to writing?
I’ve always been a big reader and enjoyed writing  – both fiction and non-fiction. 1,410 more words

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Tiddas Talking: Good friends and writers Anita Heiss and Lisa Heidke in conversation

This afternoon I went to the wonderful author event at Charlestown Library with Anita Heiss and Lisa Heidke who were talking about writing for women and the importance and joys of friendship. 1,398 more words

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