5 Book Events I Desperately Want To Attend

Living in Brisbane, Australia, you don’t get too many book events. And you get used to feeling always green with envy as you watch the lower states (Melbourne and Sydney, I’m looking at you) get everything. You’re also always dehydrated because you cry so much when your favourite authors leave Australia without coming to Brisbane. So, this is a tiny bucket list of all the book events I want to attend before I die.

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Review: All the Bright Places

Warning: Hint at spoilers. I’m sorry. I couldn’t help myself.

Make sure you have a box of Kleenex beside you when you start this one, you’ll need it. Trust me. But just because it makes you cry, doesn’t mean that it is a bad book, because it most definitely isn’t. All the Bright Places is such a special novel which shares an important message. Thank you, Jennifer Niven for being brave enough to share your Finch’s story.

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Book Review: Editing Emma: The Secret Blog of a Nearly Proper Person

***Kindly sent for review from HQ Publishing. Thank you!***

If you’re looking for a fun, light read to slot between those mind working fantasies and shocking dystopians, then Ed oiting Emma by Chloe Seager is the book you need to go to. It’s hilarious and relatable, and a great read for younger teens who are trying to still trying to figure out who they are.

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