Review: Working Mums #aww2018

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

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5 Star Read: This Beats Perfect By Rebecca Denton. #aww2017.

    Release Date: February 2017. Publisher: Hachette Australia. (ATOM) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: Amelie Ayres has impeccable taste in music. Bowie. Bush. Bob. So when she finds herself backstage at The Keep’s only UK gig she expects to hate it; after all they are world’s most tragic band. … More 5 Star Read: This Beats Perfect By Rebecca Denton. #aww2017.

Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 Completed! #aww2016

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

Review: The Book That Made Me #aww2016

Release Date: September 1st 2016. Publisher: Walker Books Australia.  Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review.   Synopsis from Goodreads: A book for book lovers! The Book That Made Me is a celebration of the books that influenced some of the most acclaimed authors from Australia and the world. Inspirational. Affecting. A perfect … More Review: The Book That Made Me #aww2016

The Spark Novellas: Bite-Sized Stories To Give You That Spark Fix When It’s All Over.

Sorry for the long title. Sorry this is a lot later than I intended, life got in the way, but I’m finally reviewing the last of the Spark stories to wrap up my spotlight on Rachael Craw. You can see my review of book one ‘Spark’ HERE. Book two ‘Stray’ HERE And book three ‘Shield’ HERE. This is … More The Spark Novellas: Bite-Sized Stories To Give You That Spark Fix When It’s All Over.

Spotlight On Rachael Craw: Review: ‘Stray’ when great gets greater.

In celebration of the release of Shield, the final book in the Spark series, on September 1st, I am hosting a spotlight on the wonderful Rachael Craw and her amazing YA sci-fi series. Between now and the release date I will be reviewing all the wonderful books in the series, including the 3 novellas. I … More Spotlight On Rachael Craw: Review: ‘Stray’ when great gets greater.

Spotlight On Rachael Craw: Review: ‘Spark’ – The One That Started It All.

Hey everyone! In celebration of the release of Shield, the final book in the Spark series, on September 1st, I am hosting a spotlight on the wonderful Rachael Craw and her amazing YA sci-fi series. Between now and the release date I will be reviewing all the wonderful books in the series, including the 3 … More Spotlight On Rachael Craw: Review: ‘Spark’ – The One That Started It All.

Aussie YA Blog Hop -My Thoughts On The Best Aussie YA Out There #LoveOzYa

  I am so excited because this week the Aussie YA bloggers Group are participating in an awesome blog hop, sharing all the Aussie YA books they love and would recommend, and it all concludes with a Twitter chat on Sunday 14 August at 6pm on #AusYABlogChat and @AusYABloggers! We have some amazing authors in Australia and … More Aussie YA Blog Hop -My Thoughts On The Best Aussie YA Out There #LoveOzYa

When Friendship Followed Me Home (And Tore Out My Heart!) By Paul Griffin.

Release Date: 27th June 2016 Publisher: Text Publishing (Australia.) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review.    Synopsis: A boy’s chance encounter with a scruffy dog leads to an unforgettable friendship in this deeply moving story about life, loss and the meaning of family. Ben Coffin has never felt like he fits in. A former foster … More When Friendship Followed Me Home (And Tore Out My Heart!) By Paul Griffin.