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Alison Booth

Alison Booth is the author of three novels, Stillwater Creek, The Indigo Sky and A Distant Land (all published by Random House), which make up The Jingera Trilogy.

Alison holds a PhD from the London School of Economics, and is a Professor of Economics and a Public Policy Fellow at Australian National University.

Alison lives in Canberra with her husband and two daughters.

***Write with novelist Alison Booth near Hobart, Tasmania with Novel Writing Retreats Australia in April 2014

Alison Booth author website: www.alisonbooth.net

www.facebook.com/AustralianAlisonBooth

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Writing My First Novel, by Alison Booth

Coping With Rejection And Criticism As A Novelist, by Alison Booth

Why Writers Should Read, by Alison Booth

Why Have A Literary Agent? by Alison Booth

On The Value Of Librarians And Booksellers, by Alison Booth

Combining Novel Writing With A Day Job, by Alison Booth

The Pros And Cons Of A Two-Book Deal, by Alison Booth

The Importance Of Story Conflict In Novels, by Alison Booth

On Sex Scenes In Novels, by Alison Booth

On Developing And Researching A Novel, by Alison Booth

On Choosing A Title For Your Novel, by Alison Booth

Setting In Your Novel, by Alison Booth

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  1. Writing My First Novel, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  3. Coping With Rejection And Criticism As A Novelist, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  5. Why Writers Should Read, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  6. Short Story Competitions – April, May, June – 2013 | The Australian Literature Review
  7. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (March 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  8. Why Have A Literary Agent? by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  9. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  10. Short Story Competition – May 2013 – Theme: Small Town Setting | The Australian Literature Review
  11. On The Value Of Librarians And Booksellers, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  12. May 2013 Short Story Competition Shortlist | The Australian Literature Review
  13. May 2013 Short Story Competition Winner | The Australian Literature Review
  14. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  15. Combining Novel Writing With A Day Job, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  16. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  17. The Pros And Cons Of A Two-Book Deal, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  18. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  19. The Importance Story Conflict In Novels, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  20. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  21. On Sex Scenes In Novels, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  22. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  23. On Developing And Researching A Novel, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  24. On Choosing A Title For Your Novel, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  25. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia
  26. Setting In Your Novel, by Alison Booth | Writing Novels in Australia
  27. Month In Review (December 2013) | Writing Novels in Australia

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