Exploring Australia’s Colonial History: A review of “Devotion” by Hannah Kent
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Exploring Australia’s Colonial History: A review of “Devotion” by Hannah Kent


Devotion is an Australian colonial saga. It chronicles the Prussian and German immigrants who travelled to Australia, specifically to South Australia, in the 1800s. It is about love, loss, religious persecution, and the Australian landscape. Continue reading

A Review of Brené Brown’s “The Gifts of Imperfection”: being imperfect is actually perfect
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A Review of Brené Brown’s “The Gifts of Imperfection”: being imperfect is actually perfect


This article may contain affiliate links. If you purchase through these links it means I can make a very small commission. This money goes directly into keeping this blog free and accessible for all. BUY YOUR COPY OF BROWN’S BOOK HERE. As I write this review, International Women’s Day is approaching – March 8th – … Continue reading

5 Great Books About Mental Health – because therapy isn’t cheap!
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5 Great Books About Mental Health – because therapy isn’t cheap!


We are in the third year of a pandemic. Everyone is going through something right now. Some people are doing better than others, and how well someone is doing right now can be affected by a lot of things. Money, job and housing security, intimate relationships, friendships and support safety nets differ from person to person. Continue reading

Book Review of “Wild Souls” by Emma Marris: Rethinking nature conservation and the wild
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Book Review of “Wild Souls” by Emma Marris: Rethinking nature conservation and the wild


This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase through the link, it might mean that I can make a small commission. This helps keep my blog alive. Emma Marris’ book Wild Souls was an easy read for me at the beginning of 2022. I saw it in the nonfiction section at my … Continue reading

“A Lonely Girl Is a Dangerous Thing”: book review of Jessie Tu’s Debut Novel
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“A Lonely Girl Is a Dangerous Thing”: book review of Jessie Tu’s Debut Novel


Some links used on this page may have affiliate links. If you click through this link and decide to purchase something, I can make a tiny commission. If you love my blog and my recommendations and reviews, please think about supporting my blog in this way. It helps me keep my blog afloat. Since moving … Continue reading

Who Is Allowed Access to Education?: What Bri Lee’s “Who Gets To Be Smart” and Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara And the Sun” can tell us about equitable education
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Who Is Allowed Access to Education?: What Bri Lee’s “Who Gets To Be Smart” and Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara And the Sun” can tell us about equitable education


What does a nonfiction social commentary book from Australian writer Bri Lee have to do with a dystopian futuristic novel from Japanese-British author Kazuo Ishiguro? The short answer – A lot.
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