RECENT READS // MAY

I’m seriously impressed by the sheer number of books that I’ve made my way through this month. Well, I was, until I checked out #bookstagram and realised that reading five books in one month (six, if you include a beta read!) is child’s play compared to my online friends who power into double digits onContinue reading “RECENT READS // MAY”

RECENT READS // APRIL

The weather here has been snap-frozen like a bag of peas – by Sydney standards, anyway – which means that it’s the perfect time of year to snuggle up inside with cups of tea and cute, cosy pyjamas. I’ve never been much of a fan of cold weather, but there’s something about being able toContinue reading “RECENT READS // APRIL”

Recent Reads // March

Can you even believe we’re in April already? I’m sure you’ve heard that so many times today, but this year (like every other) seems to be flying by. March has been a whirlwind month for me between home renovations, work and family. I’ve finally overcome my burnout and am slowly getting back into the swingContinue reading “Recent Reads // March”

Recent Reads // February

You Know It’s Love by Jen Morris You Know It’s Love is the second book from indie author Jen Morris that explores the growing relationship between Cat and Myles. Where the main character in Jen’s first book Love In The City was optimistic and a little dreamy, Cat is jaded and sarcastic. While Cat canContinue reading “Recent Reads // February”

Recent Reads // January

Love in the City by Jen Morris Love in the City is the first book from New Zealand indie author Jen Morris. For a first book, I was seriously impressed and I’ll be reading the next in the series, which is dropping hot in February. Does anyone really know what they’re doing in their twenties?Continue reading “Recent Reads // January”

HOW I USED HOBBIES TO INCREASE MY JOB SATISFACTION

When I started The Boring Job Project, I made a list of all the hobbies I wanted to try. Then, I went a step further and searched the internet for lists of hobbies and added some more that I might be interested in. I ended up with quite a long list, but I was luckyContinue reading “HOW I USED HOBBIES TO INCREASE MY JOB SATISFACTION”

ON SALE NOW: THE BORING JOB PROJECT

It’s here. My first book The Boring Job Project has officially been released and is available on Amazon, Booktopia, Kobo or AbeBooks. Now that we’re almost a couple of weeks into 2021, we might be starting to settle onto the reality that it’s not much different from last year (unfortunately). But, it hasn’t escaped usContinue reading “ON SALE NOW: THE BORING JOB PROJECT”

THE BORING JOB PROJECT GIVEAWAY

To celebrate the launch of The Boring Job Project next Tuesday 12 January 2021, I’m giving away a box of goodies on Instagram. The giveaway is open internationally and the winner will receive a paperback copy of The Boring Job Project, the pictured mug and a bookmark (plus a couple of surprises!). See the InstagramContinue reading “THE BORING JOB PROJECT GIVEAWAY”

Recent Reads // December

December was full on. There was Christmas, birthday parties, end of year work and a bout of the stomach flu to keep me either super busy or bed-ridden. There was zero in-between. I started quite a few books and audiobooks this month, but with the craziness going on in and around me, I only finishedContinue reading “Recent Reads // December”

Recent Reads // November

eBook This is such a sweet debut from Melissa Grace and I donut just mean the donut jokes. Home is Where You Are was a lovely, fun read that has relatable life issues, a swoon-worthy romance and very likeable characters who could be your best friends. The main characters have great chemistry and I knewContinue reading “Recent Reads // November”