#AWW2016 Review – Flywheel by Erin Gough

  I first heard of The Flywheel at the Tamar Valley Writers Festival earlier this year. Author Erin Gough spoke about her experiences discovering her sexuality as a teenager. Attending an all girls school she had never ever heard of anyone who was gay - it wasn't mentioned at school - there was not even any teasing, … Continue reading #AWW2016 Review – Flywheel by Erin Gough

Australian Women Writer’s Challenge 2014

I made a pledge at the beginning of this year to read and review 6 books by female Australian authors. I thought it would be easy - I read all the time and writing a review of each book would be no trouble. Sadly I got a little sidetracked along the way - the later … Continue reading Australian Women Writer’s Challenge 2014

if I should lose you – Natasha Lester – Review #aww2014

I've been following the blog of Australian Author, Natasha Lester for a while now. She has some great content, and her books have been on my reading list for some time. But it was this blog post that propelled her novel 'if I should lose you' to the top of my TBR list. In the post, Natasha … Continue reading if I should lose you – Natasha Lester – Review #aww2014

The Sinkings – Amanda Curtin – Review #aww2014

“Perhaps the name that matters is not the one we were born to but the one we choose for ourselves.” The blurb of this book caught my attention first. The story is based around a true event – the discovery of human remains at a campsite called ‘The Sinkings’ near Albany, Western Australia in 1882. … Continue reading The Sinkings – Amanda Curtin – Review #aww2014

Taking up a challenge for 2014

It's time. This year I'm taking up the challenge and joining the Australian Women Writer's Challenge, to read a certain number of books by female Australian authors and review them. When the challenge was first announced two years ago, I have to admit to being somewhat perplexed by it all - who wouldn't read Australian … Continue reading Taking up a challenge for 2014