She's sold six million books about the darker side of suburban life. So why is Liane Moriarty the most successful Australian author you've never heard of?

cool Milo Yiannopoulos’s book cancelled; Liane Moriarty on fame in the US

This is a recurring column I'm calling "7 Things I've Learned So Far," where writers at any stage of their career can talk about seven things they've learned along their writing journey that they wish they knew at the beginning. This installment is from writer Liane Moriarty.   Liane Moriarty is the author of What Alice Forgot (June 2011, Amy Einhorn/Putnam), the story of a woman who loses 10 years of her memory. Publishers Weekly described it as "moving, well-...

7 Things I've Learned So Far, by Liane Moriarty

Truly Madly OBSESSED.

"I keep losing sleep, and it's all Liane Moriarty's fault."

"Liane Moriarty books are making me sleep deprived.

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As you all well know, the three of us are massive fans of Melina Marchetta. We've talked about her books and her talents extensively in the past.

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Fancy catching up with the Looking for Alibrandi author? (Oh, and by the way, she gave us the low-down on her Tomato Day sauce.

"Wouldn’t it be fantastic if the English syllabus was made up of books that students love?" Australian author Melina Marchetta's novels have won her many devoted fans and she's passionate about engaging young people with literature.

Melina Marchetta is an Australian writer and teacher. She is the author of the novels, Looking for Alibrandi, Saving Francesca and On the Jellicoe Road.

Author Melina Marchetta sits down to chat about her new novel, what it’s like being a mum, and her all-time favourite book.

Author Melina Marchetta sits down to chat about her new novel, what it’s like being a mum, and her all-time favourite book.

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