AWW2015, Guest Posts

Guest Post: Fiona McArthur on midwifery and storytelling

Today on the blog, Australian author and midwife Fiona McArthur stops by to chat about how her midwifery background has influenced her storytelling. My review for The Homestead Girls was posted here yesterday. Hi Lauren, lovely to be here on The Australian Bookshelf to celebrate the release of The Homestead Girls. You asked me ‘how… Continue reading Guest Post: Fiona McArthur on midwifery and storytelling

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Book reviews, Book to Movie

Book Review: Call The Midwife by Jennifer Worth and my thoughts on the TV series adaptation

 Call The Midwife by Jennifer Worth  (The Midwife Trilogy #1)  Paperback  Review copy provided by publisher  Hachette,  September 2012  Synopsis- Jennifer Worth was just twenty-two when she volunteered to spend her early years of midwifery training in London's East End in the 1950s. Coming from a sheltered background there were tough lessons to be learned. The… Continue reading Book Review: Call The Midwife by Jennifer Worth and my thoughts on the TV series adaptation