Christmassy :: Q&A :: Tara Eglington

I can’t believe we’re only days away from Christmas! I have a few more Christmassy Q&As to share – tonight I’m chatting with lovely #LoveOzYA author Tara Eglington. I loved your latest novel The Long Distance Playlist, which was released just before Christmas last year. Can you please tell us a little bit about the book, and […]

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Q&A :: Maya Linnell :: BOTTLEBRUSH CREEK

Maya Linnell is one of my favourite Aussie rural romance authors, so I was absolutely delighted when she agreed to answer a few questions for me about her books and writing! Maya’s latest book Bottlebrush Creek tells the story of Angie McIntyre as she attempts to renovate a country home of her dreams, with the […]

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Q&A :: LÉONIE KELSALL :: The Farm at Peppertree Crossing

Yesterday I posted my review of Léonie Kelsall’s rural romance novel The Farm at Peppertree Crossing, and today I have a little Q&A that Léonie kindly did with me. I hope you enjoy hearing more about The Farm at Peppertree Crossing!*** The property that is the setting of most of The Farm at Peppertree Crossing […]

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Q&A :: Darry Fraser :: ELSA GOODY BUSHRANGER

On Monday I shared my review of Darry Fraser’s latest novel, Elsa Goody Bushranger, and today I’m delighted to be able to share a Q&A with Darry. I always love getting a little peek into the writing process, and am so grateful to Darry for sharing her time and answering these questions for me! =) […]

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kidlit :: The Battle :: Ashling Kwok

I’m so delighted to be part of the Books on Tour Blog Tour for Ashling Kwok’s brand new picture book The Battle. This is a gorgeous book – both the story and those illustrations (by Cara King)! – about facing fears that are holding you back. Ashling was kind enough to answer some questions about […]

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#HERSTORY Q&A :: Tea Cooper :: The Girl in the Painting

The first book I read from Harlequin’s HERSTORY campaign – featuring historical fiction about women who rebel – was Tea Cooper’s The Girl in the Painting. This was my second time reading a book by Tea, having read The Woman in the Green Dress last year, and I absolutely enjoyed both – you can see […]

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