Feature & Follow Friday #8

This week I will be helping indie authors promote their ebooks over the U.S labour day weekend from 2nd Sep-5th Sep. Starts now! Fill up your e-reader with a whole bunch of indie books for just 99 cents each! Plenty of choices from mystery to crime to paranormal to romance. The most exciting part is that you can go in the running to WIN A KINDLE just by spending less than a dollar and supporting indie authors! I have signed up  my YA novel, A Season Of Transformation, so please help spread the word! I’ll be posting more info over the weekend.

Aussie August Month has come to an end and all the giveaway winners have been drawn!

What’s been on @ The Australian Bookshelf this month?

Goodreads Spring Challenge Pledge

Goodreads Winter Challenge Update

Aussie Book Review: The White Earth by Andrew McGahan 4/5

Aussie Book Review: Two Greeks by Charalambous 3.5/5

Aussie Book Review: RPM by Noel Mengel 3/5

In My Mailbox # 15

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee

Q. If you could change the ending of any book (or series), which book would you choose? Why and to what?

There are many books that I would like to re-write the ending for, but I think I will choose one I read most recently, Legacy by Cayla Kluver. I read this a couple of weeks ago and am yet to post a review because I was doing Aussie August month. OMG I was so annoyed by this ending. I cannot believe Alera gets married to (HMM- will not spoil it)!! If you have read it then you will know who I mean. I was so frustrated by the ending that I actually said “WHAT?” out loud because I was in utter disbelief that the author ended it this way. I know it is part of a trilogy but I felt like the whole story was just a waste of time because it didn’t end the way I think it should have. I won’t be reading the sequel. So, if i was to change the ending I would not have allowed the wedding to go ahead. Instead I would have liked Alera to stand up to her father and run away with Nerium 🙂 Legacy (Legacy, #1)

But I am certainly open to other suggestions for the ending if you have read Legacy.



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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