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January 16, 2019: Ep 1: Zanni Louise’s obsession with picture books. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 2: Tania McCartney’s non-fiction books for kids. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 3: How Shelly Unwin fulfilled her dream to write children’s books. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 4: Jen Storer’s breakthrough as a picture book author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 5: Emma Allen’s road to becoming an award-winning author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 6: Danny Parker on editing, collaborating and getting published. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 7: Sue Whiting crosses genres and age groups with her books. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 8: Andy Griffiths on the secrets to his success. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 9: Lesley Gibbes reveals her tips on becoming a successful author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 10: Louise Park on her adventure into the world of writing. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 11: Tristan Bancks has mastered the middle grade market. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 12: Deb Abela has written more than 25 books for children! | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 13: Allison Tait reveals the steps she took to break through as an author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 14: Hazel Edwards' recipe for success in children’s writing. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 15: Hollywood actor Richard Roxburgh on writing for children. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 16: Lauren Child transitions from illustrator to children’s author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 17: Oliver Phommavanh on reading, networking and making fun of yourself. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 18: Tim Harris goes from primary school teacher to mastering short stories for kids. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 19: Nova Weetman’s journey from screenwriting to middle grade and young adult fiction. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 20: How Tamsin Janu found success after this writing course. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 21: Catherine Pelosi on the writing course that built the foundation for her success as a children’s author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 22: Jacqueline Harvey’s publishing success after winning a picture book competition. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 23: Meg McKinlay on poetry, plotting and publishing. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 24: Judith Rossell is a publishing sensation! | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 25: Alexa Moses goes from writing for television to penning kids fiction. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 26: Wendy Orr’s book turned into a Hollywood movie starring Jodie Foster! | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 27: Emily Gale transitioned from editing to writing. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 28: Belinda Murrell is the author of more than 20 books! | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 29: Veronica Roth. Divergent. Need we say more? | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 30: Kim Wilkins also writes as Kimberley Freeman. Here’s how she does it. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 31: Carole Wilkinson on why it’s never too late to start your journey as a children’s author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 32: Fleur Ferris on her success as a childen’s author after this writing course. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 33: Allison Rushby does both indie and traditional publishing. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 34: Gabrielle Tozer reveals her marketing secrets as a young adult author. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 35: Nicole Hayes teaches at the Australian Writers' Centre and writes spellbinding young adult books. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 36: Ellie Marney focuses on crime writing for young adults. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 37: Rachael Craw on plot, motivation and character in young adult novels. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 38: Kimberly McCreight on how she knew she had to write her novel. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 39: Marisa Pintado on what young adult publishers really want. | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Ep 40: Suzanne O’Sullivan on what commissioning editors are looking for in children’s books. | Audio file

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