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Your June Book Horoscope
Don't even bother pretending you don't believe in horoscopes. It's too late. The stars have been right too many times. Go on, find out what they reckon you should read this month! 



Q&A with Megan Hess - Claris the Chicest Mouse in Paris
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 14/06/2018
Our June Children's Book of the Month is Claris the Chicest Mouse in Paris by Megan Hess! 



Eleanor Oliphant Instagram Photo Competition!
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 29/05/2018
Win a $300 Dymocks Gift Card thanks to Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman! 



Your May Book Horoscope
We know with 100% certainty that you're destined to love these books! 



10 Things You Didn't Know about Sarah J. Maas
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 04/05/2018

Want to know more about your favourite author, Sarah J. Maas? Of course you do! Here are 10 exclusive details Sarah shared with us... 




Q&A with Madeline Miller - Circe
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 30/04/2018

We have come to associate epic stories with traditionally male activities—warfare, ruling, founding cities, etc.  But women’s lives deserve to be considered epic also, allowed the same sense of adventure, excitement and destiny. 

 




Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 23/04/2018

Want 3 books from the Top 101 for under $50? Of course you do! 

 



Staff Picks! What we're Reading in April
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Dymocks Digital Team on 09/04/2018
Look around the shelves at your local Dymocks store and you'll find reviews and recommendations from our well-read booksellers. Here's a taste of what they're reading this month! 



Your April Book Horoscope
With psychic powers rivalled only by Professor Trelawny, we've consulted the stars to find out which books you're destined to love as Autumn sets in and Mercury does... something this April! You're welcome. 



Guest Post from Tomi Adeyemi - Children of Blood and Bone
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 13/03/2018
"When I look back at every single story I wrote from the age of 6 to 18, I wasn’t the star. I wasn’t even the sidekick. I couldn’t picture myself as the protagonist because the world told me I couldn’t be one. "

 




Q&A with Tim Winton - The Shepherd's Hut
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 12/03/2018

"Characters and situations always arise from place – that’s just how it works for me." 




Guest Post from Debut Author Tracy Sorensen - 'The Lucky Galah'
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 01/03/2018

"The story of the moon landing, as technical feat, has been told often and well. So let us widen our view. What were women, children and animals doing in that same place at that time? Lucky the Galah, come on down! It’s time to tell your story." 

 




Your March Book Horoscope
What book are you destined to love this month? 



Q&A with Neal Shusterman
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 19/02/2018
The author best-selling YA novel Scythe answers our questions! 



Words Every Book Lover Should Know
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 19/02/2018

Are you a bibliophile or a bibliophagist? 




Q&A with Dervla McTiernan
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 19/02/2018

Debut author Dervla McTiernan on her crime novel The Ruin: "I’ve struggled to understand why good people allow terrible things to be done in their name. I think in a way that is a universal question, not just an Irish one. And in the novel, I found myself coming back to that question, trying to find an answer to it." 




I Can't Remember the Title But the Cover Was...
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 13/02/2018
Bestsellers and New Releases Arranged by Colour. 



Everything You Need to Know About the Stella Prize 2018 Longlist
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 09/02/2018
What is the Stella Prize and who is on the longlist? 



Can You Say 'Hufflepuff' in French? Harry Potter in Every* Language
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 01/02/2018
*Actually, only 80 languages. But that’s still a pretty big deal.



Your February Book Horoscope
Can't decide what to read next? Let the stars guide you! 



Q&A with Sunni Overend author of 'The Rules of Backyard Croquet'
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 25/01/2018
All's fair in love and couture ... Sunni Overend answers our questions about 'The Rules of Backyard Croquet'



19 Books to Read Before You See the Film in 2018
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 18/01/2018
Hollywood have been looking for inspiration in all the right places! Take a look at these brilliant books coming to the big screen this year and #ReadItFirst. 



Your January Book Horoscope
Looking for a great book to read? Let the stars guide you! 



An Original Short Story from 'Stella & Margie' author Glenna Thomson
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 11/01/2018
A semi-autobiographical short story about being sandwiched between generations above and below from Glenna Thomson, the author of Stella and Margie. 



What to read after 'Fire and Fury' by Michael Wolff
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Dymocks Digital Team on 08/01/2018
With Michael Wolff's explosive new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump Whitehouse making headlines around the world, we’re taking a look at the some of the most compelling, enlightening, infuriating and at times mind-blowing political biographies and tell-alls and from the past few years. 



The Best Books of 2017
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Dymocks Digital Team on 12/12/2017
Hand-picked by the well-read people of Dymocks! 



Q&A with Sofie Laguna for her new novel 'The Choke'
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 22/11/2017
The Choke  is a brilliant, haunting novel about a child navigating an often dark and uncaring world of male power and violence, in which grown-ups can't be trusted and comfort can only be found in nature.  Sofie Laguna, winner of the 2015 Miles Franklin Literary Award for her novel The Eye of the Sheep, once again shows she is a writer of rare empathy, originality and blazing talent. 



Guest post from Holly Wainwright : The Mummy Bloggers
Posted to Author Interviews by Dymocks Digital Team on 10/10/2017
In her debut novel, The Mummy Bloggers, Holly Wainwright introduces us to Elle Campbell - champion blogger who's made it big on social media posting about her perfect life. Here, Holly discusses writing a villain for the Instagram age...



Q&A with Jay Kristoff
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 04/10/2017
International best-selling author Jay Kristoff stopped by to answer some questions about his books and to also give some book recommendations... He's very generous that way! 



Guest post from Brooke McAlary: Tame the Technology
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 04/10/2017
'Dear Mr & Mrs Jones, I am writing to inform you of my withdrawal from the race to keep up with you ...' 

Brooke McAlary, author of Slow and host of The Slow Home Podcast, shares seven distraction-busting tips to tame the technology for good.



Q&A with Kaira Rouda
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 25/09/2017
Kaira Rouda is an award-winning USA Today best-selling author and we love her very first psychological thriller Best Day Ever. Kaira stopped by the blog to answer some questions we had about the book. 



Q&A with Cath Crowley, Simmone Howell, and Fiona Wood
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 01/09/2017
Three much loved, award-winning Australian YA authors have collaborated to write Take Three Girls, a novel about friendship, feminism, identity, and belonging. The authors Cath, Simmone, and Fiona were kind enough to answer some questions for us!



Q&A with Michael Pryor
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 22/08/2017
Michael Pryor is one of Australia's premier science-fiction and fantasy authors, so when he offered to answer some of our questions to support our Books For Kids campaign we were thrilled to have him on board!



The best books of 2017... so far
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Tonile Wortley on 17/08/2017
Top picks from 2017, as judged by Dymocks employees from around the country. 



The Middle Years: Keeping Kids Reading by Danielle Binks
Posted to Author Interviews by Tonile Wortley on 14/08/2017
Danielle Binks is an editor, book blogger, literary agent, and youth literature advocate. In support of our Books for Kids Campaign, she shares her top tips to keep middle-grade children reading.



Refresh your shelves this winter with 3 books under $50
Posted to July 2017 by Tonile Wortley on 20/07/2017
Yes, you read the title right; you absolutely can refresh your shelves and pick up three books for less than $50 at Dymocks right now! 



Still to come in 2017
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Tonile Wortley on 18/05/2017
The busiest part of the publishing year is still ahead of us, so let's take a look at some of the most anticipated 2017 releases still to come. 



The three books under $50 challenge
Posted to May 2017 by Tonile Wortley on 04/05/2017
Our 3 for the price of 2 promotion on all the books in the 2017 Top 101 list is still running throughout May, and we challenged ourselves to see how many different combinations of 3 books under $50 we could come up with. Read on to see our top 12! 



Our 2017 Stella Prize prediction
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Tonile Wortley on 18/04/2017
In March, we put out a call for readers to become our 2017 Stella experts. We were looking for two (but it became three) people to read all six books on the Stella Prize shortlist and to predict the winner. Essentially, we provided them with the books, and they did the hard yards of reading and reviewing for us. Read on for their predictions! 



Our well-read team tries fitness (part 2)
Posted to April 2017 by Tonile Wortley on 12/04/2017
Here's part two of our month-long health and fitness experiment, courtesy of Sam Wood!



April new release highlights
Posted to Book News by Tonile Wortley on 12/04/2017
The Easter long weekend is only a couple of sleeps away, and we don’t think there’s a better way to spend four days than with a good book (or two or three). Here are some of our top picks for April! 



9 books to read now that Big Little Lies is over
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Tonile Wortley on 04/04/2017
If you haven’t read Big Little Lies, now is the perfect time to do it, because although the miniseries was mostly faithful to the original subject material, there are differences between the book and the show. If you’ve already read it, we’ve got nine other books to recommend to you!



Our well-read team tries fitness (part 1)
Posted to March 2017 by Tonile Wortley on 21/03/2017
In mid-April, 2015 Bachelor and fitness expert Sam Wood has his first book being published. It’s called 28 by Sam Wood, and it is the book counterpart to his online training program of the same name.

It’s no secret that we see lots of health and fitness books each year, so we decided to put Sam’s program to the test. We’re halfway through, and here is a look at how we’re feeling about it so far.



Crime to look out for in 2017
Posted to Staff Recommendations by Dymocks Digital Team on 08/03/2017
2017 is bringing some of the best, most original, most inventive, and most wicked crime books to our shelves. Here are 17 that we think you should look out for, along with short blurbs to pique your interest! 



March new release highlights
Posted to March 2017 by Dymocks Digital Team on 03/03/2017
Check out some of the new releases that we're loving this month! 



Upcoming Book to Film Adaptations in 2017
Posted to Book News by Dymocks Digital Team on 14/02/2017
It’s no secret that filmmakers love adapting books for their films. It’s also no secret that we love watching films that have been adapted from books. It’s a good thing we enjoy them so much, because there are so many book to film adaptations coming to cinemas this year that we feel like we’ll spend all our free non-reading time at the movies! 



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