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The Canberra Chronicle ran an article on Ingrid on Tuesday 7 August 2012. The article talks about her new book deal for When the World was Flat (and we were in love).

Journalist Mark Sawa writes:

Canberra author Ingrid Jonach has just taken a huge step in her career as an author by securing an international book deal for her debut young adult novel When the World was Flat (and we were in love).

Growing up on the NSW Central Coast township of Kurri Kurri, she moved to Canberra in 2002 to study professional writing at university. While there she took a job with The Canberra Times, working her way into an editorial position.

Jonach said her stint at the newspaper inspired her to pen one of her first novels, about a young girl starting her own newspaper titled, The Frank Frankie. “I owe a great debt to The Canberra Times for that,” she said.

Read more on page 16 of the digital edition of The Canberra Chronicle.

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