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 :: 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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Christmassy Preview :: The Christmas Bookshop :: Jenny Colgan

If anyone knows how to write a beautiful cosy Christmas novel it’s Jenny Colgan, and I was absolutely delighted to get my hands on a paperback copy of her newest release, The Christmas Bookshop, especially since it is has a bookish theme! I’m planning to pick this one up on the weekend, and will share […]

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Currently Reading :: The Curlew’s Eye :: Karen Manton

Hello! I just wanted to pop in today and tell you a little bit about my current read, The Curlew’s Eye by Karen Manton.I have to be honest – this was one of those titles that pops up in my mail box sometimes that get shelved on the ‘maybe if I get to it’ shelf […]

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Instagram chose my next read :: October

I can honestly say I never have a shortage of books to chose from when I’m ready to start something new – I feel like I have the world’s tallest tbr, and with Aurealis Awards entries coming in, and all the new Christmas reads being released, it just keeps growing. What is tricky, though, is […]

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October preview

I feel like I say it alllllll the time, but I’m so keen to get caught up on reviews in October, before we really get into all things Christmassy. I’m a little bit hesitant to over promise, but I’m thinking I might try to post most days in October, in the spirit of “blogtober”, but […]

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