Spring has definitely sprung here in Brisbane Australia and for those who have not had a chance to experience it for themselves, Brisbane is beautiful in Spring! September is my favourite month of the year – not too hot, not too cold. Oh, and the fact that I have just started my holidays kind of helps too!
But, before I go out and enjoy some of this glorious warm sunshine, here is a quick recap of what happened at Booklover Book Reviews in August:
Book Reviews Published:
Australian Wine Vintages 2013 by Robert Geddes (Guest reviewer)
As you can see, an abundance of quality titles.
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Books Read, Reviews Coming Soon:
Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter (audio) ; We Bury The Landscape by Kristine Ong Muslim ; Life Death Prizes by Stephen May (guest reviewer) ; Mr Something by Jay Baker ; SNAP New Talent by Michele Drier ; No Remorse by Ian Walkley ; The Lady Cyclist’s Guide to Kashgar by Suzanne Joinson
Books That Came Into My Home:
What The Zhang Boys Know by Clifford Garstang , The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood , Paws by Kathy Finikakos , Australian Wine Vintages 2013 by Robert Geddes , The Geneva Trap by Stella Rimington , The Innocent by Taylor Stevens
What’s planned for September?
Since I am now on holidays there will be lots of reading, but in particular I plan to dive into some of the chunkier titles on my TBR pile and wishlist such as these (click on book covers for details):