Category: Special Features

Me, myself and the land of self-reflection

You may or may not have noticed that my blog themed changed. After five years I felt like something new. After five years I am not the same person I was when I started The Adventures of SacaKat. So, here we have a new…

April 2019 Bookish Summary

Total books read in April: 6 Comics/ Graphic Novels = 0  |  #LoveOzYA / #LoveNzYA = 2 |  the remainder = 4 Highway Bodies by Alison Evans #LoveOZYA Highway Bodies is an utterly Australian and brilliantly Queer Zombie Apocalypse story with heart and soul. It is…

March 2019 Bookish Summary

Total books read in March: 6 Comics/ Graphic Novels = 3  |  #LoveOzYA / #LoveNzYA = 0 |  the remainder = 3 The Quiet at the End of the World by Lauren James. A YA Sci-Fi tale that follows Lowrie and Shen, the last teenagers on…

Christina Bauer: Guest Post

My Top Five Inspirational Books By Christina Bauer As part of the launch tour for my new book, UMBRA, the lovely Sarah at The Adventures of SacaKat asked me to share the top five books that inspire me as a writer. (Actually, they asked…

Michael Earp: Author Q&A

Michael is a Children’s and Young Adult bookseller and writer. He is the editor of the collection Kindred: A Queer #LoveOzYA Anthology which will be published by Walker Books Australia this coming June. And he also contributed the story ‘Meet and Greet’ to Underdog: #LoveOzYA…

I Can’t: a poem

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February 2019 Bookish Summary

Total books read in February: 8 Comics/ Graphic Novels = 2  |  #LoveOzYA / #LoveNzYA = 3 |  the remainder = 3 I Had Such Friends by Meg Gatland-Veness #LoveOzYa [Full Review Here]. The story follows Hamish during his last year of high school. We journey…