A collection of bits & pieces on the Most Underrated Book award

A couple of weeks ago, A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists was shortlisted for the Small Press Network’s ‘Most Underrated Book‘ award. It was most-delighting news and apparently I pretty much forgot to blog about it. To make up for that, here are some things you can read on other sites about the award (which gets handed over to someone on Thursday next week: you can go to it and I will drink beer with or near you).

First up, my reviews of the two other shortlistees:

The Conversation has reviewed all three books and discussed why some books are overlooked – could these MUBA candidates become cult classics?

Lisa at ANZLitLovers collected a few more reviews together, while the Australian Women Writers’ Challenge had a bit of a chat about my and Vanessa’s books.

Nike Sulway was kind enough to let me write a tiny story on her blog, and Annabel Smith has just published an interview with me.

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10 thoughts on “A collection of bits & pieces on the Most Underrated Book award

  1. Ive just read the book and was overwhelmed by it. I hadn’t heard of it until the win and I’m so glad I’ve found another author who writes quirky interesting novels. No pressure I want more!

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