Interview: Author Helen Scheuerer talks closing out The Oremere Chronicles, lessons learned, and new adventures

This interview was originally published by The AU Review on 11/07/17

It’s been a couple of weeks since The Oremere Chronicles finale, War of Mist, was released into the wild, so today I’m flashing back to this interview I did with author Helen Scheuerer a week before the big day!

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Book Review: Australian YA fiction flexes its muscles in new anthology Underdog

Underdog is a collection of short stories, collected from upcoming and unpublished Australian YA fiction writers. Edited by (and featuring contributions from) Tobias Madden and Sarah TavianaUnderdog celebrates a uniquely Australian genre, one as diverse and emotive as the country in which it is written.

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Interview: Author Helen Scheuerer talks Reign of Mist, self-publishing, and bookish bromances

This interview was originally published by The AU Review on 15/08/18

As promised yesterday, here’s the second interview I did with Oremere Chronicles author Helen Scheuerer.

Remember, you can pick up copies of both Heart of Mist and Reign of Mist from the Talem Press website and with the trilogy’s finale due out later this year, now is definitely the time to acquaint yourself with Bleak, Henri, and the rest of the gang!

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