Fast Fletching in Halt’s Peril || BOOK REVIEW

Halt's Peril by John Flanagan 5/5 STARS Genre: Fantasy, Children's Fiction Author: John Flanagan Published: 2009 Publisher: Random House Australia Pages: 440 {paperback} Review on Goodreads Initial Thoughts Upon Finishing As always a fantastic read. I don’t think it’s possible to go wrong with any of the Ranger’s Apprentice books! I loved how simple the … Continue reading Fast Fletching in Halt’s Peril || BOOK REVIEW

Past to Paper: The Great Fire of London

Welcome back to Past to Paper! Hi, hello, howdy. It's been a while. I do apologise. The thing with travelling is that whilst it's marvellous it completely throws my blogging routines (YES I'VE BEEN BACK FOR AGES BUT SHUSH YOU IN THE BACK CORNER). The truth is that these posts take an enormous amount of … Continue reading Past to Paper: The Great Fire of London

Past to Paper: Debunking the Australian Myth

Welcome back to Past to Paper! If you've been keeping up with this feature then I owe you an apology once again for not having one up in October. But the important thing is that I'm back now and with an exciting topic that's close to my heart. Today, we're going to be looking at Australian … Continue reading Past to Paper: Debunking the Australian Myth

Past to Paper: What Happened to Southern Africa?

Welcome back to Past to Paper everyone! I've been thinking long and hard about this month's topic and I'm 97.4% sure we're all going to get confused, but where's the fun in things that are simple and easy? This is actually another topic I've been looking at at uni and for those of you even … Continue reading Past to Paper: What Happened to Southern Africa?

Past to Paper: The Homefront, Britain WWII

Welcome back to Past to Paper! I'm super excited to share this month's topic with you. Women at the Homefront during both World Wars in all countries is a topic that I love to study and read about. I find it fascinating how the world kept turning during such horrible times. It really goes to … Continue reading Past to Paper: The Homefront, Britain WWII