Feature & Follow Friday #6

It’s Aussie August Month! Here’s all the giveaways currently @ The Australian Bookshelf!

Mega Aussie Author Giveaway (Win 6 Aussie titles!)- International

Giveaway:  Mage Heart by Jane Routley- International

Giveaway (Beneath the Shadows) By Sarah Foster – AU/NZ only

Giveaway of Rogue Gadda by Nicole Murphy- AU/ NZ only

GIVEAWAY of the Coffeeholic and the Cafe by Elizabeth Martin- AU/ NZ only

Giveaway: Wings of Fear by Helene Young- International

In My Mailbox # 13

Aussie Book Review: Biting the Big Apple by Bella Vendramini

Aussie Book Review: The Sparrows of Edward Street by Elizabeth Stead

Aussie Book Review: The China Garden by Kristina Olsson

A Season Of Transformation

And to celebrate Aussie August I am offering my YA fantasy romance novel A Season Of Transformation for just 99c at Amazon!

Don’t forget to check out the other blogs participating in Aussie August month by looking at the schedule and entering in plenty of giveaways!


Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee

Q. If you could write yourself a part in a book, what book would it be and what role would you play in that book?

This might sound a bit strange, but I would love to have a role in the Tomorrow series by John Marsden. I know that it’s a horrible situation with the war and deaths and hunger etc but I have always wondered how I would cope if something like this was to occur in Australia. I’m a bit of a scaredy cat but I also play soccer so I think I would be able to get together some strength to survive! I also wonder what it would be like to ‘get back to basics’ in terms of growing food, bartering and not using technology.

Feel free to leave your answers in the comments section below and I will return the favour by stopping by your blog!

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  • Yeah, deaths, war and huguer isn’t something I’d like to go through! hehe

    Thank you for stopping by my blog =D

  • Thanks for dropping by my blog! That doesn’t sound like a pleasant time at all, but I can understanding you wanting to test your mettle. I haven’t ever heard of that series before, might have to check it out when I’m in the mood for something depressing, 😉 just kidding 😀

    April @ My Shelf Confessions

  • I often wonder how I would survive if we had to get back to the basics…I think if I could get over my black thumb, I’d be pretty good at the simple life. As long as I have my books. 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by on the hop! I have been interested in your book for quite some time, I think I’m going to grab it and read sometime soon.

    Jennifer @ The Bawdy Book Blog

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