I'm calling a wrap to my #aww2020 challenge much earlier than normal this year. I initially set a target at 52 books, but I'm tapping out at 49. I expect to read several more books written by Australian women between now and the end of the year, and will continue to link them in the … Continue reading #aww2020 Challenge Completed
In a bid to push myself to read more non-fiction, I signed up for the #2020ReadNonFic hosted by Book'd Out. I chose 'Nibbler' which was to read six books. I wasn't too sure if I was up to reading twelve, one a month, but look at this, it's halfway through the year and I've read...one … Continue reading #2020ReadNonFic Challenge Completed
A personal challenge I set for myself this year was to read eight classics. I have a bit of a habit of collecting pretty editions of classics, but I don't necessarily end up reading them, so this challenge was a way for me to actively change that. I picked eight because in the past when … Continue reading The Classics Eight Challenge Wrap Up
Round 1: The Sweet Hills Of Florence by Jan Wallace Dickinson – written by an Australian woman Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens – themes of inequality Round 2: Matryoshka by Katherine Johnson – set in the Australian mountains The Cottage at Rosella Cove by Sandie Docker – set on the Australian coast Round … Continue reading Book Bingo 2019 – It’s in the bag!
It's bit like listmania around here at the moment! Even though 2019 is not over, when I consider the amount of days left against my immediate tbr pile, I can safely call this challenge a wrap at 72 books. My goal was 80, so not quite there this year, but close enough for me to … Continue reading #aww2019 Wrap Up
I've read 52 books for my Australian Women Writers Challenge so far this year, 15 since my last #aww2018 checkpoint post at the end of April. There are just so many exciting new releases, week to week, by our Australian women so my totals are soaring and it's only just half way through the year. If … Continue reading My Reading Life: #aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 3
Last year, my participation in the Australian Women Writers Challenge stepped up a notch as I took on a few volunteer roles behind the scenes. My passion for supporting the women writers of Australia has culminated in a whopping 74 of my reviews being contributed to the AWW database, my highest total ever. I … Continue reading My Reading Life: #aww2017 Wrap Up