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Lead Igloo

Lead Igloo is a blog with an interest in both non- and literary fiction, good, practical philosophy and fair, interesting opinion. Submissions in these categories will be considered. Great offers on all the Latest Bestsellers

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Anne Whitfield - author

Anne Whitfield's blog is an online journal about her fiction writing, her published books and her life.

Before Our Time

Alison and Megan are Australian Gen-X women with a love of technology and all the comforts of a 21st Century life, but does it make their lives any simpler than that of their forebears?

A Dancing Bear

Pointless excellence in blogging since earlier this year

Swimming in the Nile

Swimming in the Nile is the official blog of Australia's Largest Book Store, The Nile ( This blog has multiple bloggers discussing books, literature, bookselling and new releases.

Oh Errol

Oh Errol is a collaborative blog written by a group of overeducated, underemployed, un-PC, loud, boozy, Australian girls.

Burning Books

I am a bookseller with Hordern House Rare Books in Sydney, Australia, where I first became interested in the culture of book burning. My first book, Burning Books, will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2008. Although the book is broad-ranging and includes many illustrations, there were many images and even more quotes and references that did not make the cut, so I have begun this blog to make them available.

NeoNeighbourhood - Stop Searching. Find.

A guide to the best in cities around the world: eating, shopping, music, design, books and much more - for people who prefer the path less travelled and who cherish innovation, quality and wit

A fun take on history, politics, travel, architecture, fashion and art by a twenty-something Aussie expat.
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