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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Currently Reading :: DRAGONCLAW by Kate Forsyth

I’m still on a bit of a high after my plotting and planning class with Kate Forsyth (via the Australian Writers’ Centre), so have finally got my hands on her fantasy series The Witches of Eileanan, and have jumped straight into the first book in the series – DRAGONCLAW.This one was published in 1997, and […]

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Friday Favourites :: April 8

Happy Friday friends! Don’t they just keep speeding by? I have something that I found quite heart warming to share in my favourites today!I feel like I’ve mentioned before that I spent my summer reading Aussie fantasy novels for the Aurealis Awards – you can see some of the titles I read in the photo […]

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Friday Favourites :: 1 April

I think I mentioned when I posted about reading Bitter Greens that I had booked a virtual writing course on plotting and planning with Kate Forsyth – one of my absolute favourite authors. We had our first session this week, and honestly, spending a couple of hours on Monday night listening to Kate talk about […]

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Friday Favourites :: 25 March

SEO for bloggers with Anjali from This Splendid Shambles Something a little bit different, but still book adjacent in a bloggery kind of way, for my favourite this week. This year I’m trying to get a little bit more organised with my blog, and with getting my content out there. One of the things I’ve […]

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5 Series I’m reading by Australian Fantasy Authors

Ok, I’m a little bit late to the virtual party, but I’ve been browsing the prompts over at Meeghan Reads’ “Top 5 Tuesday” meme, and there are some fab ones I’d like to tackle even though they featured last month, or maybe even earlier. What caught my eye tonight was one from mid February – […]

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