Release Date: March 1st 2018. Publisher: Finch Publishing. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: Working Mums: Stories by real women on how they manage children, work and life is a collection of empowering stories that will make working mums everywhere laugh in sympathy and nod in recognition. The stories are from … More Review: Working Mums #aww2018
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
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
I love supporting Australian authors, and one way I do that is by joining the Australian Women Writers Challenge, which I have done every year since it started and I will continue to do this year. I’m a little late starting this year, but better late than never, right? Here’s a little bit about … More The Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 #aww2016
This year I once again participated in the Australian Women Writers Challenge. I aimed to read 40 books by Australian women writers. Due to sickness though, I only managed to read 30 books, 21 of which I was able to review. We have fantastic writers here in Australia and I read some great books. Here … More Australian Women Writers 2015 Challenge Wrap up. #aww2015
The Australian Women Writers Challenge is on again this year and of course I’m going to participate. Last year was the first time I participated in the challenge and it was a lot of fun. I love supporting Australian writers and this is a great way for me to do that. With this challenge you … More Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014.
I had planned to review Black Sun Light My Way in my Spotlight Sunday post, but I didn’t finish in time so I am posting it today instead. I still think this is an Australian book that deserves to be read, and is a must read for fantasy lovers. This is the 13th book I … More Review: Black Sun Light My Way, by Jo Spurrier. #aww13
Welcome to this week’s Spotlight Sunday where I shine the light on an Australian book I think deserves to be read. This week I am shining the spotlight on the YA/NA historical novel’The Heiresses’ by Allison Rushby. This is the tenth book I have read for the Australian Women Writers Challenge. The synopsis from Goodreads: … More Spotlight Sunday: Review ‘The Heiresses’ by Allison Rushby. AWW2013
Welcome to this week’s Spotlight Sunday where I shine the light on an Australian book I think is worth the read. Today I am reviewing Haze, the second book in Paula Weston’s Rephaim series. If you have not read Shadows, the first book in the series, I highly recommend that you do. You can read … More Spotlight Sunday: Review ‘Haze’ by Paula Weston. AWW2013.
I have made a decision to change Spotlight Saturday to Spotlight Sunday. Changing to Sunday gives me just that bit more time to read since I’m trying to read 2 books a week. I found I was rushing through some books just to get a review up, and that takes the pleasure out of reading. … More Spotlight Sunday: Review ‘Three Summers’ by Judith Clarke. AWW2013.