Crime Fiction Round Up: August-October 2019

Crime Fiction Round Up: August-October 2019

Today I had a horrid morning but eventually made it back from drop off determined to sit and get my round up done, on the scheduled date and without having to rush. Unfortunately the techno gods still hate me. I couldn’t log into the site and I couldn’t get to my...
Classics and Literary Round-up: September 2019

Classics and Literary Round-up: September 2019

September saw the announcement of one of the last major shortlists for the year, the Queensland Literary Awards, so look at for those at the end of this post. Springing into September Another decent month for reviews, with 42 being posted. Here are some highlights:...
Children’s Round-up: September 2019

Children’s Round-up: September 2019

Hello, and a warm welcome to the Children’s Round-Up, featuring book reviews linked to the AWW database during September 2019. It’s been a quiet month in the children’s area, with seven books reviewed. Still, there are great reads here for all ages and interests, so...
Poetry Round Up October 2019

Poetry Round Up October 2019

Since our last poetry round-up in March (where one lonely book made an entry) we have been busy little beavers, diving into the magical word of verse. Or at least Nancy & Jonathan have, as the majority of the 17 books reviewed in the past six months, came from one...
Speculative Fiction Roundup -September 2019

Speculative Fiction Roundup -September 2019

Another month down, we’ve entered the last quarter which is going to fly by. We had 16 books reviewed during September, which is fabulous, many of these ones I haven’t seen before. First up Rebecca Bowyer @Story addict reviewed Eve of Eridu by Alanah...
Short Stories Round Up: September 2019

Short Stories Round Up: September 2019

I begin this roundup with apologies for the complete miss of the scheduled July post. Someone has been a little . . .  Preoccupied? Busy eating tapas in Barcelona? Lazy? Perhaps a sniff of each. Never mind. Here I am with a catch-up and I’m pleased to say there has...