Review :: The Wattle Seed Inn :: Léonie Kelsall

PR executive Gabrielle Moreau knows she has an easy life, but when her business partner claims she lacks career passion she takes ownership of a dilapidated pub in a tiny riverside settlement to prove she can be a success without falling back on her privilege. Eighteen months ago, Settlers Bridge stonemason Hayden Paech had it […]

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Friday Favourites :: 27 August

Absolutely no competition for my favourite th bookish thing making me smile this week – it’s Book Week! I love it all! The CBCA announcements, the bookish love, and of course the dress ups! Our book week dress up was a bit different this year, not only because we’re in lockdown so remote learning, but […]

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Review :: The Little Christmas Shop on Nutcracker Lane :: Jaimie Admans

It’s the most magical time of year, and anything can happen… Nia Maddison has always believed that wishes come true on Nutcracker Lane. So, when she gets the opportunity to run her own Christmas gift shop on the most magical street in town, it feels like her wishes have been finally granted. But working late […]

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Book Stack :: Pink Books on my TBR

I happened to notice recently that I have so many books on my tbr that have pink covers. I thought I’d share a little stack of 5 of them here tonight. The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai ChimAnna Chiu has her hands pretty full looking after her brother and sister and helping […]

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Friday Favourites :: 20 August

Well. The past week or so ha been kind of wild! Last Thursday we started a snap lockdown after Covid popped up in our city for the first time over a year. All week I’ve been planning to online and catch up on some reviews, and somehow the days have just flown past! It has […]

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Book Stack :: August Book Mail

I’ve had some wonderful book mail recently, so I thought I’d pop in and share them here. Hopefully I’ll have reviews coming in for these in the next few weeks.Click the titles to go to the goodreads pages, and big thanks as always to the publishers for sending these my way. The Way to Impossible […]

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