TBR :: Jan Long Weekend Reads

I’m back today with another book stack to share! I always love to have a mini-readathon over a long weekend, and for this weekend I’m reading books from my TBR by Aboriginal writers. anonymous premonition is a collection of poetry by Yvette Holt. I saw Yvette read some of her work at the Canberra Writers […]

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Review :: The Way I See It :: Lucy Marrett

The Way I See It is the debut novel from Sydney writer Lucy Marrett, and is a compelling story about a young woman living with anxiety. Holly has something on her mind, but it’s not something she wants to admit to. It’s only after the funeral of a high school friend that she begins to […]

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Book stack :: National Reconciliation Week

It’s National Reconciliation Week this week, and this year Reconciliation Australia is inviting all Australians to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, to share that knowledge and help us grow as a nation.  This year’s celebrations focus on the telling of (and of course listening to) stories and ask us “Don’t Keep History […]

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#loveozya :: If I Tell You :: Alicia Tuckerman

It is no secret that I’m trying to read ALL the #loveozya books this year, and that If I Tell You, by Alicia Tuckerman, was one of the books that I was most excited about (I wrote a bit about it here).  By now it is also no secret that when I read this I […]

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True story :: non-fiction books & memoirs

This month I’m participating in Book Riot‘s photo challenge #riotgrams over on Instagram  and today’s photo prompt is ‘True Stories’. To be honest, I’ve really only started reading non-fiction, including memoirs and biographies, pretty recently – and mostly thanks to tasks in the 2016 and 2017 Book Riot Read Harder Challenges.  Today’s photo prompt got me thinking about some […]

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