Preview :: Wylah The Koorie Warrior and My Spare Heart

The amazing books just keep coming, don’t they?! I feel like there are soooo many titles coming out at the moment, and a bunch this week that are on my ever-growing tbr. I wanted to pop in today to share a sneak peek at two new Aussie kids’ books by First Nations writers that are […]

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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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#LoveOzYA :: League of Liars by Astrid Scholte

League of Liars synopsis Shadows are dangerous. Edem is illegal. And liars are cowards. Ever since his mother was killed in a freak edem-based crime, seventeen-year-old Cayder Broduck has had one goal: to have illegal users of extradimensional magic brought to justice. Cayder dreams of becoming a prosecutor and, when he secretly accepts an apprenticeship […]

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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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Friday Favourites :: 11 February

I am so deep in Aurealis Award entry reading at the moment and I am honestly loving it. It is such an honour to be part of something like the Aurealis Awards again, and I love the way it pushes me to read more over summer, but also more that I might not read otherwise. […]

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Christmassy :: Q&A :: Karen Ginnane

One of my favourite #LoveOzYA books this year was Karen Ginnane’s debut novel When Days Tilt, the first part of her Time Catchers duology. This historical fantasy fiction novel hit just the right spot for me – as you can see from my review. Today I’m delighted to have Karen here to talk a bit […]

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