The March issue of Good Reading magazine is ready for you to read!
If you were hooked by Gone Girl or Girl on the Train, our cover story is a must read. We talk to L S Hilton, the author of Maestra, a new, hotly anticipated thriller that takes you into the deadly, exotic realm of the impossibly rich. For home-grown thriller and crime writing talent, read our interviews with Aoife Clifford and Sara Foster.
Also find out how author C S Pacat (Captive Prince) and Chris Allen (Defender) used the internet to bust into publishing through the back door, and check out a list of a whopping 21 book-to-film adaptations heading for cinemas this year.
Macquarie Dictionary editor Susan Butler joins us to define new additions to the dictionary, such as ruin porn, lumbersexual and fancruft.
Don’t miss our interview with Hugo Race, a founding member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and check out gorgeous photos of the abandoned mansions of India and a photographic introduction to the most influential movies ever made.
As always the Word of Mouth pages have lots of book reviews for Fiction and Non-fiction readers, adults and children.
You can borrow Goodreading from the library or access it right here, right now, with your library card.
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