2018 is so last year! It’s time to rise to a new challenge! #AWW2019 is on, people!
I’ve taken up the same challenge – to read ten books by Australian women writers and review six – and I’m likely to blitz it (again). How can I not, when we have such amazing female writing talent in Oz?!
Here are the links to my #AWW2018 review blogs, covering 16 fab books by Aussie women writers:
- Crafting a great story: deconstructing ‘These Broken Stars’
- Diverse voices make for a brilliant read – ‘The Stars at Oktober Bend’
- Poking around perfection with a bird-tipped umbrella: ‘Nevermoor: the Trials of Morrigan Crow’
- Even better than a hug from a dingo cat – ‘Cyclones and Shadows’
- Heaps better than a fake spider on your door frame – ‘Olivia’s Secret Scribbles: My New Best Friend’
- Tying up all the strings like a Cherry putting on his ATLAS – ‘Obsidio’
- Inspiring the feels, like a doll freed from the basement – ‘A Semi-definitive List of Worst Nightmares’
- As loaded with surprises as a Superintendent’s scrapyard – ‘Yellow’
- Refreshing like a home-grown yellow watermelon – ‘White Night’
- My CBCA Notables book binge!
- 3 Awesome Series for Kids Who Thrive on Learning
- As sweet as a Gub and as nerve-wracking as being tracked through the vents of a Freighter Class C – ‘In the Dark Spaces’
It was a super year with huge talent. Bring on 2019, and more great reads by Aussie women!