Book reviews

Book Review: Darwin’s Children by Natasha Larry

Natasha Larry- Darwin's Children Format- ebook Source- review copy provided by author Synopsis:Life can get pretty complicated for any seventeen-year-old girl, but for a home-schooled telepathic black girl trying to survive in a prestigious private school in small-town Jonesborough, Tennessee, it can be maddening; especially when her telepathic father keeps eavesdropping on her thoughts! Jaycie… Continue reading Book Review: Darwin’s Children by Natasha Larry

Guest Posts

Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Ami Blackwelder

This week on Guest Blog Wednesdays at The Australian Bookshelf we are joined by author, Ami Blackwelder. She gives us some pointers about the self-publishing industry. Tomorrow there will be a feature on my blog about her upcoming releases!         Is Self-Publishing right for you? Look at me. My Shifter Evolutions saga is on the shelf… Continue reading Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Ami Blackwelder

Guest Posts

Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Mandy Magro

This week on Guest Blog Wednesdays at The Australian Bookshelf we are joined by Australian rural author, Mandy Magro. She tells us what inspired her debut novel!  G’day, I’m Mandy Magro. It’s lovely to be here and a big thank you to the Australian Bookshelf for having me drop by!  Today I would like to share… Continue reading Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Mandy Magro

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Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Priya Vasudevan

This week on Guest Blog Wednesdays at The Australian Bookshelf we are joined by author, Priya Vasudevan who lives in India. She shares the origins of her novel, Middle TIme. Time in the middle- ‘Middle Time’ I first saw Hampi by moonlight, the outer battlements of the city wall glimmering, and the enchantment slithered into my… Continue reading Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Priya Vasudevan

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Guest Blog Wednesdays with… T.P Boje

This week on Guest Blog Wednesdays at The Australian Bookshelf we are joined by author, T.P Boje. She tells us what inspires her to write. Inspiration can come from places you would never expect. Like something you read in a newspaper, or hear people talk about at work or from something you remember from your childhood.… Continue reading Guest Blog Wednesdays with… T.P Boje

Guest Posts

Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Natasha Larry

This week on Guest Blog Wednesdays at The Australian Bookshelf we are joined by author, Natasha Larry. She has put together an aweseome character interview for her novel Darwin's Children. Hi, Natasha Larry here.  I’d like to introduce one of my biggest fans, and fiancé Dave Dorr, who recently interviewed one of his favorite characters from Darwin’s… Continue reading Guest Blog Wednesdays with… Natasha Larry