Books That Taught Me Something | Top Ten Tuesday

Given that we’re one day away from May, I think it’s a good time to look back and reflect on things I’ve learnt from what I’ve read so far in 2019. I don’t often think about what books have taught me, I must admit, but this year I’ve definitely picked up a few books that have made me goΒ ooh, I didn’t know that!

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Rainy Day Reads | Top Ten Tuesday

So, I’m doing the wrong prompt for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday but THAT’S OKAY. I didn’t fancy doing theΒ actual prompt so I’m doing the one from last week because YAY RAIN! Going into winter in Australia, my mind is turning towards all the epic fantasies, cosy contemporaries and chunky monkies of books that I want to tuck into. This is the perfect opportunity to share with you my personal recommendations for rainy day reads!

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Inspiration in Women to the Front || Spoiler-Free Review

Women to the Front: Australian Women Doctors of the First World War by Heather Sheard

4/5 STARS

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Genre: Non-Fiction, History
Author: Heather Sheard, Ruth Lee
Published: April 2019
Publisher: Penguin
Pages: 320 {paperback}

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Books to Buy This Month! | April 2019

This is honestly one of my favourite posts to do each month. I LOVE sharing with all of you the exciting books that are coming out each month! April has surprised me, however. There are so many books in genres that don’t usually end up featured on my monthly releases post!? I’m talking non-fiction – and more than one!! – and general fiction. It’s a shock to the system. Does this mean I’m growing up??? (probably not because one non-fiction is about dinosaurs . . . so . . . maybe I’m growing down??) Continue reading