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With a diverse and celebrated list of local authors and brands including Margaret Mahy, Nalini Singh, Nicky Pellegrino, J.P. Pomare, Donovan Bixley and Edmonds Cookbooks we are passionate about discovering new talent, working with established authors and building long careers.
We work with a stellar collection of internationally bestselling authors including Enid Blyton, Lauren Child, Martina Cole, Chris Colfer, Nelson DeMille, Neil Gaiman, Robert Galbraith, Elizabeth George, John Grisham, Robert Jordan, Cathy Kelly, Stephen King, Val McDermid, Daisy Meadows, Ian Rankin, Nora Roberts, Marilynne Robinson, Michael Robotham, J.K. Rowling, Brandon Sanderson, Andrzej Sapkowski, Nicholas Sparks, Jessica Townsend and Colson Whitehead.
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