Reader’s Art

I don’t get a lot of artwork from readers these days, but this is one I got recently from Lara or Murray Bridge. Isn’t it lovely?

Carole Sightings

I am out and about over the next few months, speaking at various events. If you would like to come and hear me take part in panel discussions, speak about my books, or ask me some questions, then this is your chance — I’ll be in Perth, Beaconsfield, Launceston and Sydney. Perth Writers Festival This is starting soon! … Continued

Talk at Eltham Bookshop

Next Sunday, I’ll be talking about my new book Atmospheric at the Eltham Library. There will be time for questions, a chat and signing. Come along and say hello! 3-4 pm, Sun 25 Nov, 970 Main Rd Eltham

Atmospheric Blog Tour

  I am doing a blog tour to celebrate the release of my new book Atmospheric: the burning story of climate change. Monday 5 October            Genie in a book My 5 top tips for being sustainable Wednesday 7 October       Inside My Worlds You too can grow your own veggies and … Continued

Atmospheric Book Launch

The publication of every book is an important time, but the release of my latest book is particularly significant for me. It’s called Atmospheric: the burning story of climate change and it aims to inform young people about how we’ve mistreated our atmosphere for centuries, why that puts our climate at risk and what they (and all of … Continued

Kai’s Recipe Book

To celebrate the release of the paperback edition of Shadow Sister, I have written a new ‘story’ set in the Dragonkeeper world. As Kai has gotten older, he has developed an interest in cooking and has become a sort of gourmet dragon. Kai’s Recipe Book is his first collection of favourite dishes. You can download it here. … Continued

Carole at Melbourne Writers Festival 2015

August is one of the busiest times for writers in Melbourne. It’s the time of year when the Melbourne Writers Festival is on, and it’s when we celebrate Book Week. This year I have two sessions at the festival. I’m really looking forward to it. School groups and individuals can come along. It would be … Continued

Readers make 65 dragons

Last week I received an email from Sekolah Ciputra in Indonesia. Three Year 6 classes have been reading Dragonkeeper and this has inspired the students to make 65 papier-mâché dragons. That’s right 65! They then created a lovely park setting for them. Apparently it took them five weeks and they used 100s of newspapers, 25 litres of … Continued

Dragonkeeper Book 6

I have started writing Book 6 of the Dragonkeeper series. This book, as yet untitled, follows on after Blood Brothers and Shadow Sister, and will finish the second trilogy that features Tao as Kai’s human companion. Writing sequels is sometimes a pleasure, sometimes a pain. It’s a challenge to come up with new and, hopefully, original … Continued

50 Ways to Slay a Dragon (Dragonology # 6 Part 2)

Warning: This blogpost is not for the squeamish, or those who think that dragons are cute and cuddly.  This is the (long overdue) second part of a study of 50 different ways to slay a dragon. You can find the first part here.   Divine assistance Dragonslayers with holy connections call on divine assistance to help … Continued