Month: October 2019

SLAY: YA Review

Hachette Australia, together with the #AusYABloggers are celebrating the release of SLAY by Brittney Morris. On tour, you will find Aussie bloggers, reviewers and Instagrammers sharing their thoughts on SLAY, beginning on October 28th and running until November 1st 2019. AND TODAY IS MY…

The Peacock Detectives: #LoveOZMG Review

The Peacock Detectives by Carly Nugent Genre: Contemporary, Mystery, #LoveOzMG Publication: 1st of June 2018 Publisher: Text Publishing Source: Publisher – Thank You Add to Goodreads Rating: ✵✵✵✵ The last time William Shakespeare and Virginia went missing Cassie found them sitting on a coiled…

77saturday – Beneath the Night

#77saturday is a blog feature / meme the #AusYABloggers do every Saturday. The Rules: Pick up a Book (your current read, or the closest book to you, or your next read, etc.) Turn to page 77 (or 77% if you are using an e-reader)…

Magic Harbor: Review & Giveaway

Magic Harbor Kristen L. Jackson (Keeper of the Watch, #2) Publication date: October 10th 2019 Genres: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult When Alyx Eris convinced him to become a keeper of the watch, Chase Walker knew he gained the ability to traverse the twelve dimensions….

77saturday – Magic Harbor

#77saturday is a blog feature / meme the #AusYABloggers do every Saturday. The Rules: Pick up a Book (your current read, or the closest book to you, or your next read, etc.) Turn to page 77 (or 77% if you are using an e-reader)…

Small Spaces: #LoveOZYA Review

Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein Genre: Thriller, #LoveOzYa Publication: August 1st, 2019 Publisher: Walker Books Australia Source: Publisher – Thank You Add to Goodreads Rating: ✵✵✵✵✵ Tash Carmody has been traumatised since childhood, when she witnessed her gruesome imaginary friend Sparrow lure young Mallory…

The Memory Thief: Author Q&A & Giveaway

The Memory Thief Lauren Mansy Published by: Blink Publication date: October 1st 2019 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult In the city of Craewick, memories reign. The power-obsessed ruler of the city, Madame, has cultivated a society in which memories are currency, citizens are divided by…