AWW Challenge (Australian Women Writers Challenge) is held each year. It’s aim is to encourage more women to read and review books by Australian women. It is hoped that this will go some way to correct an imbalance.
How to Disappear is a novel by the prolific Western Australian author and poet, Rosanne Dingli. Rosanne was born in Malta. She came to Australia to live in 1982. Her rich writing reflects wide travel and a deep understanding of language. She is a story-teller who writes about art. About music. About other cultures. Continue reading
The cover of Tiddas by Anita Heiss (Simon and Schulster, 2014) boasts Jacaranda blossoms. I’m not sure of the significance of the flowers for this book, but I love that cover. Continue reading
Reading twenty-five books in a year is not too hard when you’ve been an avid reader for over seventy years. Some of the time though the choice can be overwhelming. Continue reading