Every year since it began I have joined the Australian Women Writers Challenge. Basically you commit to reading a certain number of books by Australian women. We have some amazing authors in this country and I love to support them. You get to choose your level: Stella: read 4 – if reviewing, review at least … More The Australian Women Writers Challenge Is On Again. #aww2017
Thank you to everyone who entered my Australia Day giveaway. The winner, picked by random.org is…. ASHFA! You have been emailed. Thank you to all who entered! If you didn’t win this time, don’t lose heart, I will be having another giveaway in March!
It’s Australia Day, and I am celebrating with a giveaway! We have some awesome writers here in Australia, and I want to share some of that awesomeness with you. I am giving away ONE book of choice by an Australian author to the value of $20. The giveaway is international as long as the Book … More Australia Day Giveaway!
2016 was a horrible year for me. I was battling depression and crippling anxiety and it is a year I am glad to put behind me. By the end of 2016 I decided I had had enough with all the crap going on in my life, so I cut the crap and made some … More Goals for 2017.
Another year is almost over and again I have completed the Australian Women Writers Challenge. I love this challenge, love reading and supporting Australian women writers. We have some amazing authors who write amazing books in this country and they deserve to be read. This year I was determined to read 40 books by Australian … More Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 Completed! #aww2016
Wishing all of my readers and followers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thanks for sticking with me even though I was unable to blog as much. I hope you make some great memories with your family and friends. God Bless.
Release Date: May 23rd 2016. Publisher: Harlequin Teen Source: Bought for myself 🙂 Synopsis from Goodreads: Welcome to the Helios Academy: evolve or die It’s the year 2050 and life is increasingly hard for ‘non-citizens’. A slowly emerging young minority has been exposed as ‘talents’; they harbour mutations that give them special gifts – … More Review: Threader by Rebekah Turner #aww2016