Are you a book lover living in South-East Queensland? If so, it is time to get excited. The full 2015 Brisbane Writers Festival program will be made public on Saturday 25th July. Tickets go on sale the same day. From 2-6 September, Brisbane Festival connects bright and curious minds – writers, artists, thinkers, innovators – […]
A forthcoming title amongst works that have stood the test of time, from the heartwarming to the experimental with a historical bent, here are the titles that were featured in my Daily Book Wishlist twitter series this week: Landline by Rainbow Rowell Your Face Tomorrow, Fever and Spear by Javier Marias Quartet in Autumn by Barbara […]
Last night I attended the opening night of the 17th annual Queensland Poetry Festival 2013 : spoken in one strange word at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. The is the second year I have attended this festival’s opening night and can vouch for the festival going from strength to strength. It’s success is a […]
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With Google announcing it will be shutting down Google Friend Connect early next year, I decided it was about time I signed up for a twitter account for Booklover Book Reviews. Follow me @BLBookReviews or by simply clicking on the widget on my sidebar. It is all very new to me so please bear […]
I have only recently started House of Sticks by Peggy Frew, but the writing is strong and the tension is building very nicely indeed. My teaser: Just leave it. You’re making things worse. But she couldn’t help it. She began stacking dishes by the sink. Her hands were shaking. ‘There’s no such thing as just […]
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Book Blogger Hop is a weekly event hosted by Jennifer at Crazy-for-Books, and is a great way to discover other great blogs and bloggers who share your reading tastes. (And how cute is the button!) This week Jennifer has asked – how many books do we have on our to-be-read shelf? Now, let me see…. […]