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My own reviews, and covers of upcoming novels
An aussie book blog featuring book reviews, author interviews and hosting book blog tours.
The Book Chook blog brings tips to parents and teachers about encouraging kids to read, write, create and learn. You'll find book reviews of wonderful children's literature, educational software reviews, and explanations of how to use great online resources with your kids. The Book Chook is the blog of Susan Stephenson, an Australian teacher and writer, who is fascinated by technology and what it can do to motivate kids and help them learn.
I have been blogging a little over a year, reviewing, interviewing and guest posting for an amazing range of Authors
I started my blog after becoming an avid reader and reviewer on BGoodreads. Seemed like a great new way to share my thoughts and really became more than I expected. The Rest Is Still Unwritten is my outlet to share my reviews and other book related thoughts.
I like to share my thoughts on things I read.
Where I blurt out pretty much whatever random things about books in my thoughts
To Be Read is a Book Blog that posts memes, TBR's, wrap ups, reviews and more. It is a source to engage with the wider reading community. I have eclectic tastes in my reading but the main genres focused on would be YA Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, New Adult, & Romance.
I am trying to get as complete a collection of vintage numbered Penguins as possible for Australia. Hope to donate them somewhere someday who will appreciate the set and social history of Penguins.
I review books that I enjoy reading (which means SFF) with a big focus on Australian authors
What Jane Read Next is about reading here, there and everywhere. It's also about engaging with the books I read and meeting like-minded readers.
I started a group blog in late 2008 and discovered that I enjoyed it so much that I was pretty much the only contributor and might have been scaring others off, so I decided to set up my own. I did this in 2009 and have enjoyed getting to understand the world of blogging and meeting other bloggers. My subject matters is mainly books and reading, but I occasionally branch out into other areas such as travel, trees, music, dance and theatre.