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Top Ten ALL TIME Favourite Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list is going to be a tricky one! I’m going to do my best to whittle down my all time favourite authors! 409 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

The mysterious case of the strange panties

The scene, a house in Inglewood. The date, 13 December 1947. The time, 11.30pm.

Laura Dawson had been visiting a friend and was now returning home. 380 more words

Perth

The Assumptions We Make About Books & Authors...

Last week when the lovely Thomas and I were thinking about subjects to talk about on the latest episode of The Readers Podcast he came up with the idea that we should discuss ‘bookish assumptions’. 1,005 more words

Random Savidgeness

Every monument has a story: the case of Camperdown's memorial to Indigenous Australians

Every monument has a story. In 1886, at his own cost, James Dawson, the local ‘protector of Aborigines’ at Camperdown in Victoria’s Western District, dedicated a 7 metre obelisk of grey granite to mark the burial place of Wombeetch Puyuun, who was one of the last surviving members of the local Indigenous community. 1,547 more words

History

Hollow Pike by James Dawson

Where do I start? This book is amazing. More than amazing. This book is perfect.

I’m not going to deny that I did have to be in the right mood to read it, but when I eventually started again and read it, I finished the entire thing in two days. 83 more words

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March Wrap Up

This month, I managed to read 7 (and a half) books, and they were all amazing!

The Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling, I have already (kind of) reviewed in a previous article. 242 more words

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Under My Skin

How did I get it?:
I received it from Hot Key Books, in exchange for a honest review!

Previously reviewed by the same author:
Hollow Pike… 562 more words

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