#HERSTORY Q&A :: Kerri Turner : The Daughter of Victory Lights

Yesterday I posted my review of The Daughter of Victory Lights (check it out here if you missed it). I loved this book, and today I’m sharing a little Q&A with author Kerri Turner, who was kind enough to answer some questions I had for her about her books and writing. Enjoy!  In the notes […]

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#HERSTORY :: The Daughter of Victory Lights :: Kerri Turner

Tonight I’m sharing my review of The Daughter of Victory Lights by Kerri Turner, which is one of the gorgeous novels in Harlequin Australia’s HERSTORY : Women Who Rebel campaign. This was a wonderful read!  Here’s the synopsis from the publisher’s website (and you can check it out on Goodreads here): 1945: After the thrill […]

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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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#HERSTORY preview :: The Darkest Shore :: Karen Brooks

Suddenly March is almost over, which means it is time for me to read the next book in the Harper Collins/HQ Books #HERSTORY: Women Who Rebel campaign, The Darkest Shore by Karen Brooks. I was kindly sent copies of all of the #HERSTORY books, so I’ll be reading this one in the next week, and […]

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Review :: The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper

I’m finally sitting down tonight to write up my thoughts on the first book featured in Harlequin Australia’s HERSTORY campaign. I really enjoyed Tea Cooper’s The Woman in the Green Dress when I read it last year (check out my review here), so I was excited to see whether I got along as well with her […]

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#HERSTORY preview :: The Daughter of Victory Lights :: Kerri Turner

Yesterday I talked a bit about dropping books around Canberra’s public transport for Books on the Rail, and one of the books I talked about was Kerri Turner’s new historical fiction novel, The Daughter of Victory Lights (I was lucky enough to have a few of these gorgeous signed by the author copies to distribute […]

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