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The Werewolves Who Weren’t by T.C. Shelley

Title: The Werewolves Who Weren’t Author: T.C. Shelley Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Bloomsbury Published: 29th September 2020 Format: Paperback Pages: 320 Price: $14.99 Synopsis: The magical follow-up to The Monster Who Wasn't. The second book in this brilliantly rich and strange fantasy series will make us all believe in monsters – be they good, bad or somewhere in between.Sam… Continue reading The Werewolves Who Weren’t by T.C. Shelley

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January 2020 wrap up

In January of this year, I read 13 books, and got a start on each of my challenges – some have more categories filled in than others, and some will have multiple books for each category, apart from the book bingo challenges, which will only have one each. Below is a table outlining where each… Continue reading January 2020 wrap up

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July Reading Round-Up

Seven months into the year, and in total, I have read 118 books. Of those 118, 58 have been by Australian Women, and the remaining 60 by authors across the board - male, female and international. I am still trying to make progress on my Jane Austen challenge and have one square left to tick… Continue reading July Reading Round-Up