Book Stack :: Spooky Reads for Kids

Obviously October is the perfect time for all things spooky, and this year I’ve got a little collection of kids’ books I’ve been saving to read in the lead-up to Halloween. You’ve already heard me talk (maybe more than once) about A Girl Called Corpse by Reece Carter (you can see my review here) – […]

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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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Book stack :: #LoveOzYa duologies

I can’t tell you how much it thrills me as a numbers nerd to have a date like 22-02-2022, and I figured with all the twos, what better time to talk duologies?! Today in my book stack I have two Aussie YA duologies – one I’ve read and loved, and another that I am halfway […]

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Book Stack :: Summer Fantasy Reads

I don’t have a lot of extra time off in January, and we aren’t going away anywhere, but I still couldn’t resist pulling together a bit of a summer reading stack. My reading right now is pretty focused on Aussie fantasy novels, as I’m currently working my way through Aurealis Awards entries. I’ve been so […]

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BOOK STACK :: Keeping the kids entertained

Now that the excitement of Christmas is starting to settle (although, full disclosure, I like to keep it going for the full 12 days through to 6 Jan!) we’re starting to think about settling into school holidays. Like many people around the country – and the world I guess – we’re laying pretty low right […]

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Book Stack :: Recommendations

Lovely author Karen Ginnane shouted out so many great Aussie authors and books in our Q&A earlier this week that I thought I’d share a bit more about each title. Check out the synopsis for each book below, and click the titles to go to the Goodreads page, starting with Karen’s own book, When Days […]

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