Reviews :: April 2020 Reviewathon

One of the things I’ve found about reviewing books is that I am generally either good at reading or reviewing, but rarely both at once. Lately I’ve been reading loads (well, until this whole staying home with everyone all the time killed my reading routing! Most of my reading is usually done either on my […]

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Book Stack :: Witch hunts and wise women

Hello! This weekend I’ve been participating/ following along with the BookHiBearNation readathon that Simon from Savidge Reads is hosting. To be honest, I haven’t done as much reading as I expected/wanted – I’ve just been finding it tricky to settle into a new routine of having everyone home, and where my reading fits into that. […]

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Waiting on Wednesday :: Books released 31 March 2020

I’m doing something a little bit different with my waiting on Wednesday post this week. Rather than choosing one book that is coming out sometime soon, I’m going to give a little preview of all the books I have ARCs for that are coming out next week. With everything that’s going on right now, and […]

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Book Stack :: The Stella Prize long list 2020

Oooooh I LOVE awards lists – I always want to read every single book on every list. Of course that isn’t really possible, at least as long as I’m expected to function in society like a normal person haha, but that doesn’t matter – part of the fun for me is collecting the books and […]

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Book Stack :: Books on the Rail

Have you heard of Books on the Rail? It is a movement that aims to spread the joy of reading by leaving books on public transport across Australia for other commuters to find and enjoy. You know you’ve found a Books on the Rail book when you spot that cute logo sticker on the cover […]

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Book Stack :: HERSTORY: Women Who Rebel

I love reading historical fiction, especially based around the lives of Australia women – regular women who did extraordinary things, and who have largely been written out of history. Harper Collins Australia (Harlequin Books) have published some of my favourite books of this type over the past few years, so when I saw they were […]

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