HarperCollins Titles Now Available on the iBookstore in New Zealand

Just through from HarperCollins NZ… AUCKLAND, New Zealand — 24 October 2012 — HarperCollins today announced that thousands of its local and international catalogue of titles are now available on the iBookstore. This includes New Zealand classics such as Tamar by Deborah Challinor, He’ll be Okay by Celia Lashlie, Before Your Kids Drive You Crazy, Read […]

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Book Watch, The Herald on Sunday, 3 June 2012

Not Drowning, Reading By Andrew Relph (Fremantle Press, $30) A memoir for readers, Not Drowning, Reading is an affecting meditation on a life of reading (or not reading). Relph had a reading disability as a child so there’s a real intensity to this “literary conversation”. I was simultaneously moved and spirited by Relph’s reflections on […]

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Book Review: Total Blueprint for World Domination by Jolene Stockman, ISBN 1466359307, Available now.

Total Blueprint for World Domination by Jolene Stockman, ISBN 1466359307, Available now. Total Blueprint for World Domination turned out to be a self-help book: it’s a guide to ruling your world, not the world. (But I think we can all agree that this BookieMinion shouldn’t rule the planet, so that’s probably for the best.) Self […]

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Book Review: 21st Century Dodos by Steve Stack

21st Century Dodos : A Collection of Endangered Objects (and Other Stuff) by Steve Stack, The Friday Project (Harper Collins NZ), RRP $26.99 or 99p as an ebook from Amazon.co.uk, ISBN 9781906321734, Available now.  You may remember Steve Stack from such guest posts as Guest Post: Steve Stack on Copyright Pages, and uh… that’s it actually. So […]

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