All posts filed under ‘Beyond Carousel

Magpies reviews Beyond Carousel

Beyond Carousel, Press 24.01.2017

In the latest issue of Magpies (Volume 31 No. 4 September 2016) Beyond Carousel is reviewed. “It is a well-constructed narrative and Nox is an honest and relatable narrator … it is unput-downable.” Head over to their website to find out more information on where to buy your copy of Magpies.

Summer Reading Club — interview with Brendan Ritchie

Beyond Carousel 19.01.2017

You can read an interview with Brendan over on the Summer Reading Club’s (awesome) website. “I like everyday heroes like Ellie in Tomorrow, When the War Began and Ponyboy in The Outsiders. Characters who are just regular people forced to deal with really intense scenarios. I think that overcoming these things – without superpowers or […]

WritingWA: Love to Read Local 2016 Reviews

Beyond Carousel 17.01.2017

Beyond Carousel was included in writingWA’s Love to Read Local 2016 Reviews. “This novel is a fascinating commentary on an arts world that has lost its soul and on finding meaning, purpose and understanding through art.” To read the full review & find out about other great West Aussie books head over to the writingWA website. While […]

Brendan on RTRFM – Breakfast with Caitlin

Beyond Carousel, Carousel, Press 08.12.2016

Brendan was interviewed by Caitlin Nienaber on RTRFM’s Breakfast show this morning. Brendan and Caitlin talked about the sequel to Carousel, Beyond Carousel (out now in all good bookshops!). They also discussed how two overseas musicians could end up in the sprawling mall of Carousel shopping centre, and what post-apocalyptic Perth might look like. If you missed it, you […]

Christmas gift ideas – books for young adults and children

Beyond Carousel, Press 30.11.2016

In the latest episode of Cover to Cover, Meri Fatin, Beck Blaxell (The Literature Centre) and Beth Herbert (Dymocks) discuss their favourite children’s and young adult books of 2016. If you’re stuck on what to buy for a Christmas present for the children or teenagers in your life, watch on for some great book recommendations. Thanks […]

WritingWA Book Club Book of the Month

Beyond Carousel 20.11.2016

Does your book club have that difficult conversation every single month of what to read next? Debate no more, WritingWA has you covered with a recommended book each month. WritingWA’s book of the month is Beyond Carousel, Brendan Ritchie’s sequel to Carousel. If you haven’t yet read Carousel, why not make it a challenge to read both in […]

More photos from the Beyond Carousel launch

Beyond Carousel, Events 13.11.2016

Beyond Carousel was launched at Beaufort Street Books on the 12th of October, 2016. Here are a few more photos from the night – thanks to Emma Jarvis for attending and snapping some shots! Have you read Beyond Carousel yet? Don’t forget to write a review on Goodreads / all over the Internet! If you haven’t got […]

Beyond Carousel launch on social media

Beyond Carousel, Events 14.10.2016

On Twitter: Beyond Carousel and other new things via @julialawrinson @BrendanRitchie @a_j_betts @beaufortstbooks @plume_services — Julia Lawrinson (@julialawrinson) October 14, 2016 Fun night! Super proud of @BrendanRitchie on the launch of Beyond Carousel last night @beaufortstbooks. Go buy it! 😀 — Claire C. Ritchie (@ClaireCRitchie) October 13, 2016 Huge thanks to @a_j_betts @beaufortstbooks […]

Beyond Carousel — out now!

Beyond Carousel — out now!

Beyond Carousel, Events 06.10.2016

Beyond Carousel started rolling out into bookstores from the 1st of October. Of course, if you’re in Perth you can come along this Wednesday to the official launch at Beaufort Street Books. You can even get your copy signed by Brendan himself (honestly, it would be kind of weird if someone else signed it). Remember to register as there […]