Book Review: The Jam Queens by Josephine Moon

The Jam Queens... About the Book: Award-winning jam maker Aggie is determined to take her Barossa Valley cafe to new heights. She has put the pain of unsuccessful IVF treatments and a broken relationship behind her, and is focused on the many wonderful possibilities life still holds in store. When an invitation to travel across … Continue reading Book Review: The Jam Queens by Josephine Moon

Book Review: The Emporium of Imagination by Tabitha Bird

The Emporium of Imagination… About the Book: A captivating novel of magical realism about a fantastical shop that brings comfort, peace and hope to those in need. You won't want to miss the opening of this shop! From the author of A Lifetime of Impossible Days (winner of the Courier-Mail People's Choice QLD Book of … Continue reading Book Review: The Emporium of Imagination by Tabitha Bird

Behind the Pen – A Few of my Favourites with Meg Bignell

Today I am delighted to welcome Meg Bignell to Behind the Pen. Meg's latest book, Welcome to Nowhere River, releases today and to celebrate, she’s sharing a few of her favourites with us. Over to you Meg, what is your favourite…and why… Character from one of your books? Susannah from The Sparkle Pages is my … Continue reading Behind the Pen – A Few of my Favourites with Meg Bignell

#TheMoroccanDaughterTour – #BookReview: The Moroccan Daughter by Deborah Rodriguez

The Moroccan Daughter... About the Book: Morocco: a captivating country of honour and tradition. And, for these four women, a land of secrets and revelations. From the twisted alleyways of the ancient medina of Fès to a marriage festival high in the Atlas Mountains, Deborah Rodriguez’s entrancing new bestseller is a modern story of forbidden … Continue reading #TheMoroccanDaughterTour – #BookReview: The Moroccan Daughter by Deborah Rodriguez