#LoveOzYA :: An Echo Through the Veil by Bonnie Wynne

I love an epic fantasy series, and Bonnie Wynne continues to deliver just that with An Echo Through the Veil, book 4 in her The Price of Magic series. What is Bonnie Wynne’s An Echo Through the Veil about? Ok, this is where you’ll usually find the synopsis of the book I’m reviewing BUT this […]

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Preview :: Heart of Flame by Kate Schumacher

A week or so ago Aussie fantasy author Kate Schumacher joined me here on the blog to talk about her debut novel, Shadow of Fire, which is book one in The Fires of Aileryan series. Today Kate has revealed the cover for book two, Heart of Flame, and it looks so beautiful that I just […]

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Q&A :: Kate Schumacher :: Shadow of Fire

Towards the end of June I was lucky enough to be part of an Instagram tour for a fantastic new fantasy novel, Shadow of Fire by Aussie indie author Kate Schumacher. I thought the book looked good before I read it (you know me- I’m not going to pick something up if I don’t think […]

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Book mail :: Australian Indie Fantasy Books

I have been really loving Australian Indie fantasy books lately, and these two arrived in the mail within a few days of each other, and the look so good together that I wanted to show them off! To Dream of White and Gold by R.K. Hart I had the pleasure of meeting local author Rebekka […]

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Review :: The Path of Thorns by A.G. Slatter

It’s my absolute pleasure today to be the first stop on the blog tour for A.G. Slatter’s The Path of Thorns, which is released in Australia today. The Path of Thorns is set in the same world as several of Slatter’s other books, including All the Murmuring Bones, which I loved last year (you can […]

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Preview :: A Girl Called Corpse by Reece Carter

It’s not very often that I get my hands on a book quite so far out from the publication date, and even less often do I actually read something as soon as it arrives. Reece Carter’s upcoming middlegrade fantasy debut A Girl Called Corpse, however, is coming out in October, and not only have I […]

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