#aww2019 · 2019 Reviews · Australian · historical fiction · saga

Book Review: Julia’s Story by J Mary Masters

Title: Julia’s Story Author: J Mary Masters Published: March 29th 2015 Publisher: PMA Books Pages: 334 Genres: Fiction, Historical Rating: 4 stars It’s 1942. The world is at war. Julia Belleville, the headstrong only daughter of the wealthy Belleville family, falls hopelessly in love with American Army surgeon Dr Philippe Duval. When he is suddenly posted away, Julia is devastated, fearing she will… Continue reading Book Review: Julia’s Story by J Mary Masters

2018 Reviews · Australian · Guest Review · historical fiction · Mrs R Review · Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday Book Review: Colours of Gold by Kaye Dobbie

Welcome to a weekly post, Throwback Thursday. This weekly book review post is a way to share some old favourites, books that were published over a year ago and most importantly those books that have been languishing on the to be read pile for far too long! Synopsis: The child has no name, she’s a… Continue reading Throwback Thursday Book Review: Colours of Gold by Kaye Dobbie

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Guest Post: From a farmer to an author by Michael Trant, author of Ridgeview Station

I was kindly invited to review West Australian author Michael Trant’s first rural fiction novel for Allen & Unwin. Those who follow my reading tastes know I love Australian rural fiction novels, so I soon jumped at the chance to review a new book from a genre I am passionate about. An added drawcard for… Continue reading Guest Post: From a farmer to an author by Michael Trant, author of Ridgeview Station

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Guest Post: Sasha/S.D. Wasley, author of Dear Banjo

I was kindly invited to review West Australian author Sasha Wasley’s first rural romance novel for Penguin Random House. When I discovered that another Perth writer Tess Woods had endorsed the cover of Sasha’s novel, Dear Banjo, I was immediately drawn to this novel.  With such a strong endorsement from an author I greatly admire,… Continue reading Guest Post: Sasha/S.D. Wasley, author of Dear Banjo