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Erin Gough

Erin Gough is a Sydney-based writer whose first novel for young adults, The Flywheel, won the Ampersand Prize, and was shortlisted for the CBCA’s Book of the Year for Older Readers and the Centre for Youth Literature’s Gold Inky. Her second novel, Amelia Westlake, was published in April 2018. Erin’s award-winning short stories have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies, including Best Australian Stories.

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I wrote this whole post and then it disappeared! I saw a few of you had commented and I'm so sorry we lost your comments too. So frustrating... the basic gist of the post was:   Hello everyone! Welcome to Lit Club, where we have this private blog to nerd out. What’s...

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June/July Eager-Beaver TBR

Because my April/May TBR was such a success, I thought I'd give it another go! Admittedly this time I will have more free time to read seeing as how after the 13th of June, it is my official hols!! I'm so excited already which is a little bit problematic considering I...

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