interview

Josephine Moon shares her love of food and Italy

2018-11-17T13:41:18+00:00 Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Author Q&A
Josephine Moon reveals herself as something of a foodie in our author Q&A. Not only does food play a central role in all of her novels but at home as well, where she lives on acreage with her family and horses. She also gives us a sneak peak into her next novel, to be published in March, which is themed around coffee (for coffee addicts everywhere!), and shares some of her mother's tips on how to make the perfect potato salad. We'll be incorporating these tips into our Christmas repertoire this year for sure.

The pancakes revelations: Holly Ringland answers all

2018-09-22T16:25:51+00:00 Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |

Author Q&A
Holly Ringland has generously answered Word of Mouth TV's Q&A and we think you'll find the answers very interesting. In the process, Holly uncovered an unholy obsession with pancakes, so much so, that from here on out, we are considering dubbing the Q&A the pancake revelations. This Q&A swings from the depths of trauma to the dizzying heights of culinary joy - perhaps there's a link?

British author Sarah Winman offers sound bite

2018-07-15T14:25:27+00:00 Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

Author interview
Sarah Winman, who's award-winning debut novel When God Was a Rabbit stormed into the international bestseller list, was in Australia this year to promote her latest novel Tin Man at the 2018 Perth Festival Writers' Week, and took time out to have a chat with Kate Forsyth (also a guest). Sarah has a great food story to share about how she and her partner would trade their art for restaurant dinners as young things when they were struggling just to pay the rent.

Kelly Rimmer gives a sneak peek at her next project

2018-04-29T10:49:33+00:00 Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

Author Q&A
Kelly Rimmer is the brilliant novelist behind Before I Let You Go; and she's taking the contemporary women's fiction world by storm. In this episode, Kelly shares her inspiration for the novel, and gives us a sneak peek into her next project. She also shares her love-hate relationship with onions, and her deep love of Polish food: sledzi (pickled herring), pierogi and her cousin's pink sledzi (salad).