Friday Favourites :: 8 October

This week has been an absolute whirlwind the combination of heading back to (remote learning) school for term 4, with a short week (Monday was Labour day) AND changing our clocks for Daylight Saving Time has just completely thrown me off! I’m kind of glad to be back at school for the routine, but tbh […]

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Friday Favourites :: 16 July

This is a little bit of a throwback from a previous favourite, but this week a favourite of mine has been that we’re back at watercolour painting class again! The class is with the same teacher, but a (mostly) different group, and a different set of less ones – last term we focused on painting […]

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Friday Favourites :: 11 June

Friday Favourites time again already! This week my favourite isn’t even really quite book adjacent, but I have been absolutely loving flowers this week. I picked up some gorgeous poppies today – I love that they are still all closed up when when you buy them and it’s a surprise to see what colours they […]

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Nancy Business

It’s been four months since Tippy, Uncle Pike and Devon were together for Christmas. Now back for the first anniversary of Tippy’s father’s death, the Nancys are reformed when Riverstone is rocked by an early morning explosion that kills three people and destroys the town hall. A new case is born. Is the accused bomber […]

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Blog Tour :: THE SILVER ARROW :: Lev Grossman

I’m absolutely delighted today to be a part of the blog/bookstagram tour that the team at Bloomsbury Press are running for Lev Grossman‘s brand new middlegrade fantasy book The Silver Arrow, which came out at the start of the month. For my stop on the tour I’m sharing a peek inside the book at one […]

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Review :: More Than a Kick :: Tayla Harris

I love footy. I grew up in Victoria, I barracked for the Hawks and was crazy for anything with brown and gold stripes. I obsessed over the games and the stats and the players. I never had a chance to play – it actually never occurred to me that I could! I can honestly say […]

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