Book Review: Graffiti Lane – A Poetry Collection by Kelly Van Nelson

Graffiti Lane... About the Book: Graffiti Lane looks at life through an unfiltered lens, bringing a personal perspective on the grittiness of urban living in an eclectic mix of traditional, shadow and freeform poetry. The collection tackles issues of intimidation and discrimination, including playground and corporate bullying, domestic violence, marginalisation, gender inequity, mental health and … Continue reading Book Review: Graffiti Lane – A Poetry Collection by Kelly Van Nelson

Book Review: Gravity is the Thing by Jaclyn Moriarty

Gravity is the Thing… About the Book: Abigail Sorensen has spent her life trying to unwrap the events of 1990. It was the year she started receiving random chapters from a self-help book called The Guidebook in the post. It was also the year Robert, her brother, disappeared on the eve of her sixteenth birthday. … Continue reading Book Review: Gravity is the Thing by Jaclyn Moriarty

Book Review: Painting In The Shadows by Katherine Kovacic

Painting In The Shadows: An Alex Clayton Art Mystery About the Book: Art dealer Alex Clayton and conservator John Porter are thrilled to be previewing the Melbourne International Museum of Art’s (MIMA) newest exhibition, until they witness a museum worker collapse and badly damage a reportedly cursed painting. Belief in the curse is strengthened when … Continue reading Book Review: Painting In The Shadows by Katherine Kovacic

Blog Tour: The French Photographer by Natasha Lester

Behind the Pen and New Release Book Review It gives me great pleasure to highlight the latest historical fiction release by Natasha Lester, The French Photographer, with a Behind the Pen interview and review as part of the Hachette Australia blog tour. The French Photographer: Inspired by the incredible true story of Lee Miller, Vogue … Continue reading Blog Tour: The French Photographer by Natasha Lester