As writers (and editors) reading is one of the best things to do to understand what does and doesn’t work. Fourth Wing is a recent example of one of my favourite elements of a book that I don’t think we talk about enough: epigraphs.
Category Archives: Book Reviews
Margot Mertz For The Win by Carrie McCrossen & Ian McWethy: Book Review
Thank you to Hardie Grant Books for supplying me with an advance review copy of this book. Margot Mertz is back and she’s got yet another battle ahead.
The Dragon Healer by Tiani Davids: Writing Dragons and fictional languages
Today we’re celebrating the launch of The Dragon Healer by Aussie Indie author, Tiani Davids with a review (from yours truly) and an interview with the author herself.
Read on for details about self-publishing in Australia, and recommendations for world-building in the fantasy genre.
World Health Day 2022: Book Recommendations from Health Workers
This post is a little different from normal, as the books featured are not my own recommendations, but those of some incredible health workers. These wonderful people work across the health industry, from palliative care, pharmacy, occupational therapy and nursing.
House of Sky and Breath: Book Review (no spoilers)
In usual Sarah J. Maas fashion, the internet has become a bit of a risky place if you haven’t read the fantasy author’s latest release yet. Fear not, this review is spoiler-free!
Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon: Book review
So you’ve been craving a distraction from the madness that seems to be everywhere? Looking for heartfelt characters with a generous dash of spice? I think we could all do with a bit of that. Rachel Lynn Solomon’s latest release, Weather Girl might be just the thing.
Will by Will Smith Book Review
Growing up, Will Smith was a bit of a constant in my house. Between hip hop, Fresh Prince, and Men in Black, the star seemed a little inescapable. So naturally, I was curious about his memoir.
Book Review – The Kitchen Tales by Sally Nansen
Looking for something sweet, short and nostalgic? Artist, author and illustrator, Sally Nansen’s The Kitchen Tales is worth a read!
Book review – My Salinger Year
Looking for a quiet, contemplative read? My Salinger Year is a beautiful memoir to appeal to the reflective literature lover in us all.
Book Review — The Rose Code
Kate Quinn’s latest novel The Rose Code brings the history of Bletchley Park to life with memorable characters, and secrets waiting to be unfurled. Historical fiction lovers, this one is for you!