Friday Favourites :: 6 May

Now that I’m making weekly trips out into the world again, I’ve also been taking the opportunity for a regular pop in to my local library. I honestly missed the library so much while we’ve been working from home. We’re so lucky in Canberra to have a fabulous library service – it’s so easy to […]

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Review :: Elektra by Jennifer Saint

I adored Jennifer Saint’s first novel, Ariadne, when it came out last year (you can see my review here) and I was thrilled when I found out she was tackling another Greek myth retelling in Elektra! Here’s a bit of info about the book, then check out my review below. What is Elektra about Elektra […]

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Currently reading :: Skandar and the Unicorn Thief by A.F. Steadman

Perhaps I say this all the time, but I am OBSESSED with all the amazing middlegrade fantasy books out there right now! I had seen Skandar and the Unicorn Thief (by A.F. Steadman) around on social media a bit and was super keen to pick it up when it came out, so it was a […]

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Friday Favourites :: 22 April

Hello and happy Friday book friends! I never quite understand how these short work weeks can feel so long but it gets me every time haha!We had the most lovely, relaxing Easter long weekend here – undoubtably my favourite thing has been staying in bed with my book and a coffee, and of course hot […]

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Event :: Nattie Kate Mason at The Book Cow

Ok, stop the presses! Last weekend I went to A REAL LIVE BOOK EVENT! It has been so long since I went to an in person event! I feel like maybe the last live thing I went to was the Sydney Writers’ Festival last year. In any case, it has been a while and my […]

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Friday Favourites :: 15 April

Hello! It’s school holidays here and we are up to our eyeballs in books and lego and sleep-ins and Easter preparations. Something that I’ve been loving doing with my daughter on our lazy school holiday days is getting our craft on with some Easter themed cross stitches. I love the entire process, from tracking down […]

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