• #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 […]

  • #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 […]

  • 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. […]

  • #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 […]

  • Review :: The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper

    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 […]

  • #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 […]

  • 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 […]