Review of The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion in The Australian

I reviewed The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion's follow-up to The Rosie Project for the Weekend Australian. It's a warm read, and a successful sequel. Following is an extract from the review. — As with the first book, these incidents are humorous and cause cringing; the reader observes the miscommunication, the unravelling, and longs to step in as an … Continue reading Review of The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion in The Australian

Love & logic: Graeme Simsion on The Rosie Project

Text Publishing (buy paperback / ebook) This feature interview was first published in The Big Issue no. 425 The main character in the novel, The Rosie Project, has difficulty understanding social cues. 'Wherever Don goes, chaos will follow', says the author, Graeme Simsion. Don Tillman is a professor of genetics at the University of Melbourne, undertaking a … Continue reading Love & logic: Graeme Simsion on The Rosie Project

Sexy romance + serious issues: Toni Jordan on Addition

Addition (Text, Aus/Polebridge, US) is a sexy, smart, funny and totally refreshing read. It's the story of numerical-obsessive Grace, and her unique navigation of life. When Grace meets Seamus, her lifestyle comes into question - the counting, the obsession with dead mathematician Nicola Tesla, the careful structures of her daily life. Can she fall messily … Continue reading Sexy romance + serious issues: Toni Jordan on Addition