Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 18/10/21

I honestly can’t remember what happened last week as it all went by so quickly! Thank you to the kind delivery people who brought me these: Unforgiven by Sarah Barrie (available from 1st December) arrived thanks to Harlequin. Lexi is a survivor and a hacker who doesn’t care about much these days. When she crosses... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Florida by Lauren Groff

In brief: Short stories set in and around Florida. The good: Very detailed and very evocative setting. The not-so-good: Is Florida really that creepy? Why I chose it: Heard great stuff about Lauren Groff’s writing. Year: 2018           Pages: 275 Publisher: Windmill Books (Penguin) Setting: Usually Florida Rating: 8.5 out of 10 Florida. To this Australian,... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 4/10/21

This week it’s been all about non-fiction, with new books on some of my favourite topics: Sick Money by Billy Kenber (available 2nd November) arrived from Allen & Unwin. This is non-fiction about the pharmaceutical industry, including fluctuating prices and changes in drug development. It offers ideas on how to change the future of new... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: So We Can Glow by Leesa Cross-Smith

In brief: A book of short stories of different lengths, some interconnected, that look at friendships and relationships. The good: Some fantastic stories. The not-so-good: I didn’t always ‘get’ the shortest stories. Why I chose it: Saw it and thought it looked like a good read. Year: 2020           Pages: 246 Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (Hachette)... Continue Reading →

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