Review :: A Pale Box on the Distant Shore by PJ Nwosu

Poppy Nwosu is one of my absolute favourite Aussie YA writers – you might have seen me rave about her #LoveOzYA books (I reviewed Taking Down Evelyn Tait here and Road Tripping with Pearl Nash here), and she was lovely enough to join me for a Christmassy chat last year too. This year I’ve been […]

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Review :: The Bellbird River Country Choir by Sophie Green

I feel like I profess my love for Sophie Green’s writing every time she releases a new book. I always enjoy her characters, and the settings she places them in. I’m particularly fond of the way she gives the women in her stories wonderful and authentic feeling intergenerational friendships. Obviously I jumped at the chance […]

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Review :: A Girl Called Corpse by Reece Carter

I’m so excited to finally be sharing my review of Reece Carter’s debut children’s fantasy novel, A Girl Called Corpse, which hits shelves today. I have been looking forward to this one from when it was first announced and busting to talk with fellow kids’ book lovers since I was lucky enough to get my […]

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Review :: Christmas at Coorah Creek by Janet Gover

It’s September 25 which mean exactly 3 months OR also exactly 13 weeks until Christmas! It feels like the perfect time to share a review of my latest Christmas read, Christmas at Coorah Creek by Janet Gover. What is Janet Gover’s Christmas at Coorah Creek about? English nurse Katie Brooks is here to stay after […]

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Review :: Christmas at Fox Farm by Helen Pollard

I have a bit of an obsession with Yorkshire, so this cute cosy Christmas romance set in the Dales appealed to me right away (also – that cover is so perfect!). What is Helen Pollard’s Christmas at Fox Farm about? Living at Fox Farm, with its cosy café, beautiful pottery studio and charming gift shop, […]

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Review :: Cathy’s Christmas Kitchen by Tilly Tennant

Tilly Tennant is one of my favourite writers of cosy Christmas novels – I’ve talked about some of her previous books here and here. I don’t know why it took my so long to get to this one – especially since it has food at its centre, which I always think makes these Christmas stories […]

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