If there is anything us book lovers have in common (apart from books, of course) it has to be the overwhelming pile of unread books at our disposal. This anxiety-inducing pile full of unknown wonders (and a shocker or two, no doubt) is what I want to discuss today. How do you keep track of … Continue reading TBR Talk.
Earlier in the year, you may recall, I posted about the Reading Women Challenge that I was planning to participate in. As with most good intentions it has fallen slightly to the wayside over the past few months and yet I have managed to complete another five prompts, which I'll discuss below. Are you reading … Continue reading Reading Women 2018 Challenge Update.
I'm afraid I've been a little slack and neglecting you all. As a peace offering I give you a list of my favourite books for book lovers. Each of these books are about books, libraries or bookstores. Something all book lovers can appreciate and lose themselves within. Have a look below, tell me what you … Continue reading Books for Book Lovers.
The Book Ninja is released in Australia today and is a fun and quirky contemporary about Frankie and her quest to find a man. A man who shares her impeccable taste in literature. In an effort to find her Prince Bookworm Frankie releases her favourite novels on trains with her contact details tucked inside. A … Continue reading My book trail of bread crumbs…
I decided to approach my reading challenge differently this year. Numerically I set my goal fairly low and achievable again at 52 reads, one book per week of the year. I'm not interested in reading for a number, especially after proving to myself I can read a large amount of books if I want to … Continue reading Reading Women 2018 Challenge
After my monstrous efforts last year of fifty reads from Aussie women, where to next? Well let me show you what is on my pile for 2018. Salt Creek, Lucy Treloar - Set locally along the Coorong (how could I not add it to my list?) this novel looks at the remote and inhospitable life in … Continue reading The Aussie lady love continues.
Okay guys, I somehow managed to narrow the field of fifty down to just one favourite. Never fear though, below I'm going to shortlist my highlights from 2017 for those of you interested. Look, there were a few books I absolutely loved and could have easily chosen, some probably more important in terms of our … Continue reading Stella Spark: Best Australian women’s novel I read in 2017