Review :: Magpie’s Bend :: Maya Linnell

Bush nurse Lara McIntyre and journalist Toby Paxton are thrust into the limelight when an accident puts the beating heart of their community in jeopardy. The small country town of Bridgefield can’t manage without their general store and post office, but Lara can’t stomach the idea of out-of-town buyers revamping it with no regard for […]

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Currently Reading :: When Days Tilt :: Karen Ginnane

I started a new book today, and I’m already enjoying it so much that I had to put it down for a sec to tell you about it! When Days Tilt is Karen Ginnane’s debut novel, and the first in her Time Catcher series. It’s historical fiction fantasy for teens and it grabbed me right […]

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Preview :: The Wattle Seed Inn :: Leonie Kelsall

I have had some brilliant book mail lately, full of amazing soon-to-be released titles that I’ve been looking forward to reading. One of these is Leonie Kelsall’s second book The Wattle Seed Inn. I loved Leonie’s debut last year, The Farm at Peppertree Crossing (you can see my review here), and have been looking forward […]

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Preview :: Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray :: Anita Heiss

Just popping in super quick today to share a preview of a book I’m busting to read in June. I picked up Anita Heiss’ new novel Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray when I was at the Sydney Writers’ Festival last month, and I have been saving it until I had time to savour it. I’m planning to read […]

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Review :: THE BREAKING :: IRMA GOLD

Hannah Bird has just arrived in Thailand. Disoriented and out of her depth, she meets Deven, a fierce and gutsy Australian expat who sweeps her into thrilling adventures rescuing elephants. As they head deeper and deeper into the fraught world of elephant tourism, their lives become tangled in ways Hannah never imagined. But how far […]

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Review :: THE LAST REUNION :: Kayte Nunn

Burma, 1945. Bea, Plum, Bubbles, Joy and Lucy: in search of adventure, attached to the Fourteenth Army, fighting a forgotten war in the jungle. Assigned to run a mobile canteen, navigating treacherous roads and dodging hostile gunfire, they become embroiled in life-threatening battles of their own. Oxford, 1976. A woman slips into a museum and […]

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