PRH to publish Treasure’s nonfiction book ‘Down the Dirt Roads’
Penguin Random House (PRH) will publish Rachael Treasure’s first nonfiction book Down the Dirt Roads in November.
The publisher described Down the Dirt Roads as ‘a celebration of life on the land’, which offers ‘a new way of looking at rural Australia’. ‘It’s a unique blend of autobiography, self-discovery and farming wisdom and insight,’ said PRH.
Treasure said she was ‘really excited to be returning to Penguin … the place where my Jillaroo publishing journey began way back in 2002’.
Treasure’s most recent novels include Cleanskin Cowgirls, The Farmer’s Wife and Fifty Bales of Hay, all published by HarperCollins.
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