A Stranger Here by Gillian Bouras, was quite a nice novel. I feel like nice is an appropriate word as I found it a great read that has a story which really flows. The story is about three women in Greece, and I like that in the book, it alternates between perspectives of the characters … Continue reading About A Stranger Here
Jennifer Irwin is an author who lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend. She has three sons and he has one. Other than dogs and cats, she is the only female in the house! Jen's first novel, A Dress the Color of the Sky, will be released in the Fall (our spring for fellow Aussies). … Continue reading The Authors’ Shelf: Jennifer Irwin
Hey guys! It's Monday, again, haha. The weekend goes so quickly! This week's book is called A Stranger Here, by Gillian Bouras. I picked up this book from a free pile at work. The stack has been sitting there for a year and found some interesting ones, along with Memoirs of a Geisha that I've … Continue reading This Week’s Book (#13)
" 'I have been at sea for 6 weeks, sir. You should try it some time. It has a very liberating way of relaxing one's sense of dignity.' " Hunt for White Gold by Mark Keating. Sydney, Australia.
So this book caught me buy surprise, which is a good thing. The story involves pirates and hunting for white gold, and little ol' me expected it to actually be gold! It isn't. haha. I'll leave the rest for you to ponder or research if you're interested to know more about the story. I don't … Continue reading About Hunt for White Gold
Today I've been thinking. Just thinking. Thinking about how I used to absolutely HATE reading more than one book at a time. Nowadays, I'm a pro at multi-reading. I used to get so paranoid that if I started more than one book at a time, I would lose where I am up to in some … Continue reading Do You Read One Book at a Time or More?
So this week's book was chosen for no particular reason. It's on my blog TBR and I only bought it for about 5 or 10 dollars. I also have a thing where I buy books impulsively without checking them out beforehand, and this is noted because I've realised this week's book is historical fiction. I … Continue reading This Week’s Book (#12)