Australia Day

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 5)

January 24, 2014 // 2 Comments

This is it! The final five #OzRomance books in the Australia Day showcase…   It’s Love, Dude Jenny Schwartz Zane Carlton is a World Champion surfer. Molly Georgiou is a shy, small-town girl. They have nothing in common except an instantaneous attraction and an impossible quest for [...]

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 4)

January 23, 2014 // 4 Comments

Only 10 more #OzRomance books to share with you, so here’s todays featured five: Yearning Kate Belle It’s 1978 in an Australian country town and a dreamy teenaged girl’s world is turned upside down by the arrival of the substitute English teacher. Solomon Andrews is beautiful, inspiring [...]

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 3)

January 22, 2014 // 2 Comments

Another five fabulous #OzRomance reads for you today, including the incredibly talented bestselling author Judy Nunn (to read an interview I recently did with Judy, click here). Black Diamonds Eliza Redgold Earth’s black diamonds…  Truffles are known as one of the most powerful [...]

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 2)

January 21, 2014 // 1 Comment

Day 2 of #OzRomance showcase is here, and today I’ve got another five of my fave Aussie romance books to share with you: Beyond Innocence Joanna Lloyd Electra Shipley lies in a mite-infested bunk, weak from lack of food and seasickness. Imprisoned and sentenced to seven years’ [...]

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 1)

January 20, 2014 // 1 Comment

Welcome to DAY ONE of my #OzRomance celebrations! We all know that Australian fiction is alive and kicking and with Australia Day just around the corner (actually just a few days away now), it seemed a timely opportunity to showcase some of Australia’s most popular romance novels. That said, [...]

Australia Day Hop: I won the lotto!

January 12, 2014 // 12 Comments

We hear quite often how lucky we are to be born in Australia, ‘The Lucky Country’, and with great privileges like an equitable public healthcare system, high life expectancy rates, and the opportunity to purchase a home (and with it the great Australian Dream) we certainly are lucky. In [...]