Writing Wednesday: The Worst Enemy to Creativity

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Book Review: Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

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All right, first up: when I heard this book was the story of the Goblin King, my first thought was, “Shades of Labyrinth.”

And, yes, for everyone who has grown up loving the David Bowie film, this is the book for you! S. Jae-Jones’s Wintersong has met all my expectations and more. It’s a beautiful romantic tale and when I say romantic, I don’t just mean a love story, but also a story that embodies all the feels of the Romantic Era. READ MORE

Monday Motivation: Don’t Wait. The Time Will Never Be Right.

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Book Review: The Elven Tales by Fabi Ghittoni

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It’s definitely a week of ARC reviews! And my next one is a review of The Elven Tales by Fabi Ghittoni.

It was fascinating hearing about the process of the book’s creation during my interview with Ghittoni – I’ve already seen how beautiful the cover looks and can tell she’s put a lot of effort into every detail!

The result, of course, is absolute stunning. READ MORE

Writing Wednesday: Just Keep On Writing Words

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Book Review: The Doorkeeper by Steen Jones

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A little while back I interviewed author Steen Jones about her upcoming debut book, The Doorkeeper. The book is due for release on February 20 and I was lucky enough to snag an ARC of the book to review! READ MORE

Monday Motivation: Just Take The First Step

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Artist’s Date: Ballet at the Quarry

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Earlier this week, we went to see Takuto: Ballet at the Quarry!

I’ve always wanted to go to the ballet at the Quarry Amphitheatre in City Beach. As you can guess by the name, it’s an amphitheatre set in an old limestone quarry and everyone has always said how beautiful the outdoor setting is. This year, I finally got to head down there to watch the West Australian Ballet’s performance of Takuto. READ MORE

February Philosophy Read: Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics

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Well, now that we’ve finished January’s philosophy read, it’s time to move on to February’s! For our second philosophy read of 2017, we’re staying in Ancient Greece for a little longer with Aristotle’s The Nicomachean Ethics.  READ MORE

Writing Wednesday: If I Waited for Perfection

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