Behind the Pen – A Few of my Favourites with Laura Bloom

After enjoying The Women and The Girls so much, it gives me great pleasure to welcome the author, Laura Bloom, to Behind the Pen to share with us a few of her favourites. Over to you Laura, what is your favourite…and why… Character from one of your books? Carol, from The Women and The Girls … Continue reading Behind the Pen – A Few of my Favourites with Laura Bloom

Book Review: The Dressmaker’s Secret by Rosalie Ham

The Dressmaker’s Secret… About the Book: It is 1953 and Melbourne society is looking forward to coronation season, the grand balls and celebrations for the young queen-to-be. Tilly Dunnage is, however, working for a pittance in a second-rate Collins Street salon. Her talents go unappreciated, and the madame is a bully and a cheat, but … Continue reading Book Review: The Dressmaker’s Secret by Rosalie Ham

Pre-Release Book Review: The Truth & Addy Loest by Kim Kelly

The Truth & Addy Loest… About the Book: Truth is not a destination – it’s a magical ride. Addy Loest is harbouring a secret – several, in fact. Dedicated overthinker, frockaholic and hard-partyer, she’s been doing all she can to avoid the truth for quite some time. A working-class girl raised between the Port Kembla … Continue reading Pre-Release Book Review: The Truth & Addy Loest by Kim Kelly

Book Review: The Last Circus on Earth by B.P. Marshall

The Last Circus on Earth… About the Book: It’s 2070, and the post-Collapse world is staggering toward another, perhaps final, destruction. Blanco, is a reluctant member of Mister Splinter’s Magnifico Cirque de Curiosities. Travelling through dangerous lands, this heavily-armed band of freaks and circus performers survive by conning and killing, robbing and running – and … Continue reading Book Review: The Last Circus on Earth by B.P. Marshall

#BlogTour #BookReview: Letters from Berlin by Tania Blanchard

Letters from Berlin... About the Book: Berlin, 1943 As the Allied forces edge closer, the Third Reich tightens its grip on its people. For eighteen-year-old Susanna Göttmann, this means her adopted family including the man she loves, Leo, are at risk. Desperate to protect her loved ones any way she can, Susie accepts the help … Continue reading #BlogTour #BookReview: Letters from Berlin by Tania Blanchard