AWW 2018: March Update

Three months into the 2018 AWW challenge and I’m feeling cautiously optimistic. I have been hoping to beat my record last year and I think I will certainly beat the 25 by the end of the year, even if I don’t keep the pace I’m at now. As usual, it’s the reviews that need to be done more than the reading but I’ll get there. I read a lot of junior fiction, I found a great little series called Our Australian Girls which has four books about different girls in different Australian eras. I also read a few new releases in YA and non-fiction which were rather good as well. I’m looking forward to what else I discover through the year.



The Younger Man by Zoe Foster – Review

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty – Review

The Internet is Like A Puddle by Shona Innes – Review

P is for Pearl by Eliza Henry-Jones – Review

Nose to Tail by Louise Harding – Review

Meet Alice by Davina Bell – Review

Alice and the Apple Blossom Fair by Davina Bell

Alice of Peppermint Grove by Davina Bell

Peacetime for Alice by Davina Bell

Truly Tan by Jen Storer

The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty – Review

Meet Rose by Sherryl Clark

Rose’s Challenge by Sherryl Clark

Rose in Bloom by Sherryl Clark

Rose on Wheels by Sherryl Clark



Read: 15/25

Reviewed: 7/15


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