Think my blog is good? Vote for me in the best Australian blog awards.

Dear fantastic, lovely, wonderful followers and readers, I have been nominated for the Best Australian Blog Award 2013, and now is the time to vote for me in the people’s choice round. There are over 1000 entries in this round, and competition is tough, so I need your help. YOU CAN STILL VOTE EVEN IF … More Think my blog is good? Vote for me in the best Australian blog awards.

Spotlight Saturday: Review ‘Unlucky Break’ by Kate Forster. (AWW2013)

Welcome to this week’s Spotlight Saturday where I shine the light on an Australian book I think is worth the read. Today I am shining the spotlight on ‘Unlucky Break’ by Kate Forster. And this is the second book I have read for my Australian women writers challenge. The Synopsis: Andie Powers has a one-way … More Spotlight Saturday: Review ‘Unlucky Break’ by Kate Forster. (AWW2013)

Fiction Friday: Review Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare.

For today’s Fiction Friday I am reviewing Clockwork Princess, the third and final book in The Infernal Devices series. This post will not contain any spoilers. The Synopsis from goodreads: Danger and betrayal, secrets and enchantment in the breathtaking conclusion to the Infernal Devices trilogy Tessa Gray should be happy – aren’t all brides happy? … More Fiction Friday: Review Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare.

A Word on Characters: To a reader from a writer.

Sometimes as readers we can get upset about choices characters make, or when characters die, or how a book ends. We scream in frustration, pull at our hair, throw the book (hopefully not) and curse the writer for doing that to a character. But here is something non-writer readers may not understand. Characters take on … More A Word on Characters: To a reader from a writer.

the Australian / Vogel’s Literary Award 2014

Aussie Writers get your manuscripts ready the Australian/Vogel Literary Award has now opened. If you are Australian and under 35, and have a manuscript between 30,000 and 100,000 words, then you can enter. Entry costs $25 and the prize is a publishing contract with Allen and Unwin. You need to submit your manuscript, a one … More the Australian / Vogel’s Literary Award 2014