Your cart

Close

Total AUD

Checkout

The hardest thing about writing a novel is …

Nothing. I'd be lying if I said writing Breathing Under Water was hard for me. I loved every second of it. I craved writing. And soon I found myself blowing off social engagements just so I could find out what happened next. The only 'hard' part was leaving my characters at the end to carry on living out their lives on their own.

My favourite authors are …

Tim Winton and Brooke Davis

My favourite place to curl up with a book is ...

In bed when there's rain on my windowpane and it's blowing a gale outside. 

If I could have one wish it would be…

To breathe under water.

  • Breathing Under Water - Sophie Hardcastle

    BREATHING UNDER WATER is a lyrical and emotionally powerful novel about life, death and learning to breathe in between.

Related news

loading...

5 Minutes with ... Zana Fraillon

Zana's novel, 'The Bone Sparrow', has recently been shortlisted for Guardian Children's Fiction Prize.

loading...

C.G. Drews: The journey to A Thousand Perfect Notes

The woman known to many as PaperFury, an accomplished book reviewer and blogger, tells us how she became a published author.

loading...

Our Top 10 Cosy, Winter Reads <3

The Bed Sock Book Club have got your back with cosy recommendations for your whole winter!

loading...

Iskari Universe Cheat Sheet

Want to know the difference between an Iskari and Namsara? Author Kristen Ciccarelli has your ultimate cheat sheet to the Iskari Universe!

loading...

A Day in the Life: Kristen Ciccarelli

Kristen Ciccarelli, author of THE LAST NAMSARA, gives us a look at a writer's life through pictures! Spoilers: cute doggos ahead.