Whether it’s Katniss Everdeen and Harry Potter or homegrown heroes like Ellie Linton and Sabriel, we all have our favourite characters. We enter their worlds at book one, and begin a relationship that can last many years. When a book ends, we count the days until we can meet them again and pick up where we left off. But how challenging is it for writers to take characters across multiple books? Join authors James Bradley, Amie Kaufman, Garth Nix and Lynette Noni to find out. With Catriona Feeney.
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James Bradley (Australian)
James Bradley is an award-winning writer and critic. His novels include Wrack, The Deep Field, The Resurrectionist and Clade, all of which have won or been shortlisted for major Australian and international literary awards. He is also the author of a book of poetry, Paper Nautilus and a young adult novel, The Silent Invasion.
Catriona Feeney (Australian)
Catriona is Australia's most popular Booktuber and has been making bookish videos on her channel, Little Book Owl, for over seven years. When not reading books for pleasure, she is looking at them longingly on her shelf or working as the Digital & Young Adult Marketing Executive for Bloomsbury Publishing Australia.