Author Highlight: Tricia Levenseller

I've moved on from the Aussies! It's only temporary, don't worry your little head. I wanted to talk about one of my favourite authors, Tricia Levenseller. She won my heart when I listened to the audiobook of her debut novel, The Daughter of the Pirate King, and it was phenomenal. I highly recommend! PART ONE:... Continue Reading →

Author Highlight: Tobias Madden

Another Australian author! (You're welcome) Tobias Madden is one of those authors that sticks to your mind, and you can't help but wonder what on earth they're up to. Having the pleasure of speaking with Tobias in the past, I know that he's a kind individual with a true talent with words. PART ONE: Writing... Continue Reading →

Author Highlight: C.G Drews

I stalked her blog, her reviews, her twitter, and her Instagram long before she released her first book. As a fellow Aussie blogger, I can't deny that I look up to C.G Drews for all that she's accomplished, and the massive stack of books she manages to destroy. PART ONE: Writing and Reading Her debut... Continue Reading →

Homebody Book Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Internationally, we're battling against COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and as a result we have to batten down the hatches (not by buying an abundance of toilet paper, hand sanitiser, and whatever else. Be rational, come on now) and stay indoors and away from people that could potentially die from this scary situation. In response to dear COVID,... Continue Reading →

Author Highlight: Lynette Noni

Who wants to learn about a pretty grand author who wrote a pretty grand book? I'm focusing on an author that inspires me, that's a fellow aussie, and has managed to live out the dream of most writers. To write for a living, and love doing it. She's been picking up traction in the YA... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Week!

“But a knife ain't just a thing, is it? It's a choice, it's something you do. A knife says yes or no, cut or not, die or don't. A knife takes a decision out of your hand and puts it in the world and it never goes back again." -- Patrick Ness, The Knife of... Continue Reading →

WARRIOR OF THE WILD – Tricia Levenseller (Honest Review)

Genre: Young Adult – FantasyTarget Audience: 13+ Rating: C- (61%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 Goodreads Description:How do you kill a god?As her father's chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village. But when her coming-of-age trial is sabotaged and she fails the test, her father banishes her to the monster-filled wilderness... Continue Reading →

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