Bottom Line: If you like novels about artists & creativity and/or books that help you think about what life is all about, The Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose is probably right up your alley.
Australian Women Writers Challenge
I told myself I wasn’t going to participate in any reading challenges this year other than whittling away at my Classics Club list. The Australian Women Writers Challenge, however, has drawn me in once again. I’ve participated every year since… Read More ›
The wait is finally over for those who’ve been anxiously awaiting Jane Harper’s follow up to her international bestseller, The Dry. Force of Nature hit American bookstores last Tuesday, so if you’re looking for a good mystery to get lost… Read More ›
I’ll be participating in the Australian Women Writers Challenge again in 2018 at the Stella level. That means I’m committing to reading four books by Australian Women Writers and reviewing at least three of them. Here’s my starting list: Force… Read More ›
I’ve read some books by Australian Women Writers this year, but have not reviewed any of them here on the blog, although I have talked about them on the Book Cougars Podcast. This post is a bit of a catch-up… Read More ›
At the end of December 2015 I planned on reading four books by Australian Women Writers in 2016. I ended up reading only one, but it was excellent: Emma Viskec’s award-winning thriller, Resurrection Bay. For 2017 I am again planning… Read More ›