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#WatchTheSkies – Illustrated Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is coming.

Dark shadows are rising, and there are whispers about. The one who serves the Dark Lord has escaped and reunited with his master. With this heightened alert, the Ministry of Magic have decided to go ahead with reinstating the Triwizard Tournament, despite rumours and suggestions He Who Shall Not Be Named is on the rise.… Continue reading #WatchTheSkies – Illustrated Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is coming.

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June Reading Round Up 2019

In June, I read eighteen books, bringing me to ninety-three overall for the year, and forty-six for the Australian Women Writer's challenge, which has comprised at least fifty percent of my reading totals so far this year. Several books were for work, so I didn't review those on the blog. Others that haven't been reviewed… Continue reading June Reading Round Up 2019

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May 2019 Round Up

I managed to read fifteen books in May, so I'm still keeping my monthly average. Of these, about 11 were by Australian women - one was for work, so I haven't reviewed it, but have reviewed all the others, and some of the reviews were published in June, as I finished the books as the… Continue reading May 2019 Round Up

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Reading in 2017: My Goals

With 2016 coming to an end, I have started thinking about my wrap up post of the books I have read, and the challenge I participated in - a post I will only write once I know my challenge results. This will be included in a 2016 wrap up post of what I have read,… Continue reading Reading in 2017: My Goals