AWW 2017 Final Update

As I was tallying up my reads/reviews I realised I am one review short of meeting the goal! I am so annoyed with myself, I should have paid more attention, I could have written a quick review if I noticed earlier, I could have won! But alas, twas not meant to be. I will try again for 2018. I would have loved to have read more Aussie women, I read less than I did last year which is also annoying. I read 142 books this year so surely I could muster up more than 25 but apparently not. Shame on me. Again, goal for next year. It was productive nevertheless, I finally got around to starting some books I’d had on my TBR list for a while, I also finally started reading Liane Moriarty and I’m working my way through her back catalogue, I’m also actively reading more books on my own bookshelves that are crying out to be read.

 

AWW17 BOOKS Sep-Dec

Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend

The Saddler Boys by Fiona PalmerReview

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane MoriartyReview

Bro by Helen ChebatteReview

The Dry by Jane Harper

Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liane MoriartyReview

Burial Rites by Hannah KentReview

Paycheque by Fiona Palmer

Peas and Quiet by Gabrielle Tozer

Australian Women Writers Challenge 2017 Total

Read: 25/25

Reviewed: 14/15

The Intern by Gabrielle Tozer

Faking It by Gabrielle Tozer

Before You Forget by Julia Lawrinson – Review

The Wrong Girl by Zoe Foster

Good News, Bad News by Maggie GroffReview

The Shadow Thief by Alexandra AdornettoReview

The Lampo Circus by Alexandra AdornettoReview

The Golden Child by Wendy JamesReview

A Soldier, a Dog and a Boy by Libby Hathorn – Review

The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex by Gabrielle Williams

Lucy’s Book by Natalie Jane Prior

Little Humpty by Margaret Wild

Sam’s Sunday Dad by Margaret Wild

Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford – Review

What Alice Forgot by Liane MoriartyReview

Begin, End, Begin: A #LoveOzYA Anthology by Danielle Binks (ed.)

The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood – Review

Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend

The Saddler Boys by Fiona PalmerReview

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane MoriartyReview

Bro by Helen ChebatteReview

The Dry by Jane Harper

Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liane MoriartyReview

Burial Rites by Hannah KentReview

Paycheque by Fiona Palmer

Peas and Quiet by Gabrielle Tozer

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