Book Stack :: Summer Fantasy Reads

I don’t have a lot of extra time off in January, and we aren’t going away anywhere, but I still couldn’t resist pulling together a bit of a summer reading stack. My reading right now is pretty focused on Aussie fantasy novels, as I’m currently working my way through Aurealis Awards entries. I’ve been so […]

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BOOK STACK :: Keeping the kids entertained

Now that the excitement of Christmas is starting to settle (although, full disclosure, I like to keep it going for the full 12 days through to 6 Jan!) we’re starting to think about settling into school holidays. Like many people around the country – and the world I guess – we’re laying pretty low right […]

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Book Stack :: Recommendations

Lovely author Karen Ginnane shouted out so many great Aussie authors and books in our Q&A earlier this week that I thought I’d share a bit more about each title. Check out the synopsis for each book below, and click the titles to go to the Goodreads page, starting with Karen’s own book, When Days […]

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Aussie Christmas romance books

Ok, so it is all well and good to be dreaming of a white Christmas, and charmed by cosy stories of love and snowfall and Christmas, but really that is just so far from the reality of our sunny summer Christmases here that sometimes I just want to read something still cosy and sweet (or […]

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Christmassy TBR :: 5 from my kindle

Ok, so if you’ve ever been here on my blog at Christmas time you are probably not going to be surprised to hear that when it comes to Christmas reads my eyes are bigger than my reading stomach. That said, I do still have a (yes, optimistic) tbr that I’m looking forward to continuing to […]

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What’s your kid reading :: October

My seven year old is loving reading more that ever right now, and I thought it would be fun to share what’s she’s reading (especially since the covers coordinate so well haha). Me, Microbes & I by Phillip BuntingMy daughter ADORES reading nonfiction – she is always picking up something fact-filled and telling us all […]

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