When I heard that the first theme for #LoveOzYaBloggers for 2018 was ‘Country’, four clear recommendations came to mind. The first two I chose for the obvious reason that they are set in rural Australia. Not just that, but the
Mud And Glass I found it. You can stop looking now. I found the perfect novel for a long weekend. It didn’t hurt that I spent Melbourne Cup weekend chilling on the banks of the Murray River, gazing across the
So, you’ve written your first novel. Not a small achievement, no matter who you are. Getting to this point involved sacrifices: time, energy, edible dinners, being on time to appointments, dreamless sleep… the list goes on. Then comes the buzz
I’ve just had the good fortune to spend a long weekend in Australia’s capital city. For those of you unfamiliar with Canberra, it is a well-planned city devoid of nearly all forms of street advertising, which makes it feel, at
Harlequin’s Riddle – Book 1 of the Tales of Tarya Written by Rachel Nightingale Published By Odyssey Books I wasn’t entirely certain what to expect when I opened this book. Which is exactly how I like my books to be.