Book Club

The divinity of dogs

The bond between pet owners and pets can be very inspiring. Jennifer Skiff explores this special relationship in her novel ‘The Divinity of Dogs’.

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Lazing on a Sunday Crafternoon

Eliza Muldoon has created a book dedicated to little projects for people with little time and little skill. She discusses the benefits of art and crafts to our mental health and even the relationships with our kids.

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5 minutes with Debbie Macomber

With more than 170 million copies of her books in print, Debbie Macomber is one of today’s most popular authors. We chat to her about her latest book, Starting Now.

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Book Club of the month: April 2013

Meet our book club of the month, Desperate Readers as they review ‘Nothing to Envy’ a book that delves into the lives of North Koreans.

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Interview: Stephenie Meyer

After the worldwide success of The Twilight Saga, Stephenie Meyer is bracing herself for another round of fanfare with, the release of the film adaptation of her novel, The Host.

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Must-Have Cookbooks: March 2013

Here are our must-have picks for cookbooks this month.

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March Must-reads and new releases

Find out about the latest books that are enetrtaining us and our favourite book of the month.

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Book Club of the month: March 2013

Find out what MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month thinks 
of its latest read, The Happiness Show.

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AUTHOR PROFILE: Anna Carlile

We talks to Anna Carlile, creator of Walks In Nature, about what inspired her walking trails box set idea.

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Sweet Talking

Author of mouthwatering cookbook ‘Desserts’, chef Lyndel Miller talks about her love of all things sweet and why they are her gifts of choice for loved ones. She also shares her favourite sweet recipes and the memories they evoke for her.

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Barbara Toner: Mum Knows Best

Barbara Toner acknowledges the universal truth that advice should only ever be offered if sought. She’s chosen to ignore it, as any self-respecting mother should, in this heartfelt address to her own three daughters.

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Author Profile: Barbara Toner

Mother and daughter relationships are special and unique, but often tensions can arise. Author Barbara Toner explores this recurrent theme in her latest novel ‘Because I Love you’. She shares with us her own insights on being a mother.

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Sparking a love for reading

Frustrated by a lack of interesting books for her children, children’s book author Alexandra Yatomi Clarke, began to create and source books to spark the interest and reading appetite of young minds.

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A Sappers’ War Author Jimmy Thomson

Journalist and author Jimmy Thomson, graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon, as a young captain. He chats about his bestselling book A Sappers’ War, which tells the story of the ‘tunnel rats’ of Vietnam

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Food Babies Love

Emily Dupuche, author of the new book Food Babies Love shares simple and delicious recipes, tips and anecdotes to inspire mothers and ensure babies finish their food.

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Fishing for Tigers

We chat to Australian author Emily Maguire about her love of Vietnam and her latest novel which is set in the country’s capital of Hanoi.

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AUTHOR PROFILE: Kim Wilkins

Kimberley Freeman is the pseudonym that author Kim Wilkins has used for her latest novel. She talks to us about writing under two names and her latest series of books.

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80+ Pies: A chat with Dean Brettschneider

Who can resist a steaming-hot home-baked pie? Dean Brettschneider, author of the new cookbook Pie: 80+ Pies and Pastry Delights, unlocks the secrets to truly melt-in-your-mouth pies.

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Interview: Author Susan Jacobs

Author Susan Jacobs chats about her latest book, ‘In Love And War’, which tells the story of the liaisons and love affairs of New Zealand soldiers and their Italian sweethearts during World War Two

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Charlotte Wood

Writer and author Charlotte Wood discusses her latest book ‘Love and Hunger’ which discusses the emotional and symbolic meaning of cooking for the people you love.

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McCall Smith defends his ‘upbeat’ Africa

Alexander McCall Smith has sometimes been criticised for portraying an unreal Africa, but the creator of a series of detective novels set in Botswana believes writers are unfairly condemned for their craft, MiNDFOOD reports.

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