The Wives of Los Alamos by TaraShea Nesbit

In brief: The story of the women behind the men who worked on the top secret project at Los Alamos during World War II. The good: Really drew me in and even though I knew what the Gadget was, I was shocked with the wives when they found out. The not-so-good: Some may not like... Continue Reading →

Bookworld Pop-Ups are back – and you can decide where!

Last year, the friendly folk at Bookworld (that's a great Aussie online bookstore that I often use) had a media campaign that got everyone talking for its ingenuity and for well…its awesomeness. Haven't you always hoped a bookshelf full of free books would pop up in your area? In Melbourne and Sydney last year, that... Continue Reading →

Someone Like You by Victoria Purman

In brief: The second book in the Boys of Summer trilogy, this book focuses on Lizzie and Dan – both secretly broken but openly attracted to each other. The good: A wonderful read – great plotting, excellent characterisation and an Aussie summer. The not-so-good: The third book isn't released until the end of the year!... Continue Reading →

Sorry!

My plan was to do some reviews tonight, but I've got a shocking headache. Sorry! So I can only tell you what to look forward to soon:Review of Close Enough to Touch by Victoria Dahl (sexy cowboys)Review of The Prodigal Son, another of Colleen McCullough's Carmine Delmonico mysteries that packs a punchReview of Shadow of... Continue Reading →

Literary Giveaway Blog Hop June 23-27

Note that this post is sticky for the duration of the giveaway. Please scroll down for new posts! Yes, it's that time of year again! The lovely Leeswammes has organised the Literary Giveaway Blog Hop, where you have the opportunity to win some fantastic bookish prizes! What am I giving away? I'd like to give... Continue Reading →

Literary Blog Hop: March 8-11, 2012

The Literary Blog Hop is hosted by The Blue Bookcase and this week's question is:  How do you find time to read, what's your reading style and where do you think reading literature should rank in society's priorities?   I think one of the easiest ways for me to answer this first part of the question... Continue Reading →

Quick Update

Just to let you all know that I'm having serious computer problems at the moment, so my online time is practically nil at the moment! Hope to be back to normal soon. I have organised some posts to appear over the next week or two, so my blog and reviews will be around. Hope you're... Continue Reading →

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