Christmassy:: Q&A :: Belinda Missen

Isobel Bennett is waiting for the number 11 bus when a man quite literally falls into her lap. Snow is falling, Christmas lights are twinkling, and a gorgeous man with dark brown hair has just slipped on ice and is now pressed against Isobel.Isobel knows she’s not imagining the chemistry between them. But then his […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Karen Ginnane

One of my favourite #LoveOzYA books this year was Karen Ginnane’s debut novel When Days Tilt, the first part of her Time Catchers duology. This historical fantasy fiction novel hit just the right spot for me – as you can see from my review. Today I’m delighted to have Karen here to talk a bit […]

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Christmassy Review :: The Christmas Bookshop :: Jenny Colgan

The Christmas Bookshop synopsis Carmen has always worked in her local department store. So, when the gorgeous old building closes its doors for good, she is more than a little lost. When her sister, Sofia, mentions an opportunity in Edinburgh – a cute little bookshop, the spare room in her house – Carmen is reluctant, […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Poppy Nwosu

It’s Christmas Q&A time again, and today I have the pleasure of chatting with one of my absolute favourite Aussie YA authors, Poppy Nwosu. I absolutely adore Poppy’s writing – it always feels fresh and authentic and her characters are just lovely. Check out our chat below .*** Hi Poppy! Thanks so much for joining […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Mel from The Sourdough Club

Ok, so it isn’t super original of me, but last year during lockdown I decided to have another go at sourdough. I was gifted a starter my a friend and sort of muddled through a bit until the middle of this year when I decided to treat myself to a sourdough starter kit from The […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Samone Amba

I feel like there has been some really outstanding Aussie middlegrade coming out this year, and one of the titles I have on my TBR that looks fantastic is Samone Amba’s debut novel The Good Times of Pelican Rise: Save the Joeys. This one looks like perfect school holiday reading for kids heading into or […]

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