Check out the reviews page on the site and enjoy the responses of reviewers to Greylands when it first came out in print version way back when.
We are only able to offer them to you courtesy of the Lu Rees Archive at the Canberra Library, which had copies of the reviews in their fabulous collection. I have donated many manuscripts to the Lu Res Archive over the years as have most of the guest authors who have spoken in our ongoing eVolution debate. Indeed I am assembling all of the material from my writing of The Little Fur series to donate, including original drawings and hand written manuscripts, later this year. I do so, knowing they will be better cared for and preserved than in my shed in a box, and that if anyone in the future wants to look at the processes that went into their making, the material will be there for them to revisit.
The Lu Rees collection is an amazingly valuable resource and record which has had to cope with the changes in how writers work including the tendency to rework the same manuscript electronically until it is perfected, thereby leaving no trace of the stages of it creation. You can read more about the Lu Rees archive and find out about accessing its collection at their website, Lu Rees Archive of Australian Children’s Literature.
And check out the guest post today, eBooks and Libraries, from Rebecca Kemble, who is part of the management committee of the Lu Rees Archive.