I finished my newest manuscript back in May, and I didn't read it again at all. Until now.
This book felt like a dream - sometimes magical, sometimes feverish, even descending into a nightmare.
I was running late today.
I bought my copy of Sabriel in 2017 - over 20 years after it was first published. As an Australian reader, I am disappointed in myself, and my school library. Apologies to Garth Nix for my school's disrespect. But I can't blame my school for the fact that I didn't read it until two years … Continue reading The Old Kingdom Series by Garth Nix
Setting my Goodreads goal for 2020, I decided on a much smaller number than usual.
The title for this book claims it will answer all questions ever asked about food and diets. And, by God, do they deliver.
A micro poem about... love.
The only way to accomplish a dream is to work for it. And you can't work for it if the only effort you put in is coming up with excuses as to why you can't pursue it.
This isn’t going to be so much a review, as a rant about characters making stupid decisions.
After completing another manuscript in May, I stepped a little out of my comfort zone.