Australian Women Writers Challenge 2017 (#AWW2017) Update 4: April

*Click on the book’s title to be taken to its Goodreads entry or on reviewed to see my review

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Australian Women Writer’s Challenge 2017 (AWW2017):

Read 60. Review: 50.

Read: 30/60

Review: 13 /50

Additional specific goal to read at least one of each of the following: Non-Fiction, a Classic, and a Poetry book.

 

  1. A Place To Stay by Jennie Jones (REVIEWED)
  2. She’s The One by Bronwyn Stuart (REVIEWED)
  3. Wayward Heart by Cathryn Hein (REVIEWED)
  4. This Love by Lea Darragh (REVIEWED)
  5. The Long Paddock by Alissa Callen (REVIEWED)
  6. In At The Deep End by Penelope Janu (REVIEWED)
  7. Florette by Anna Walker (REVIEWED)
  8. Family Forests by Kim Kane and Illustrated by  Lucia Masciullo (REVIEWED)
  9. The Golden Child by Wendy James (REVIEWED)
  10. Me And You by Deborah Kelly and Illustrated by Karen Blair (REVIEWED)
  11. Valentine by Jodi McAlister (REVIEWED)
  12. A Letter From Italy – Pamela Hart (REVIEWED)
  13. Playing By Her Rules by Amy Andrews
  14. Playing The Player by Amy Andrews
  15. The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
  16. The Impossible Story of Olive In Love by Tonya Alexandra
  17. The Currency Lass by Tea Cooper
  18. Before You Forget by Julia Lawrinson
  19. Situational Critical by Amanda Knight
  20. When Mina Meet Michael by Randa Abdel-Fattah
  21. Lucy’s Book by Natalie Jane Prior and illustrated by Cheryl Orsini
  22. Fire by by Jackie French and Illustrated by Bruce Whatley
  23. Cyclone by Jackie French and Illustrated by Bruce Whatley (Previously reviewed in AWW2016)
  24. Flood by Jackie French and Illustrated by Bruce Whatley
  25. Pete The Sheep by Jackie French and Illustrated by Bruce Whatley
  26. The Tomorrow Book by by Jackie French and Illustrated by Sue Degennaro
  27. Good Dog Hank by Jackie French and Illustrated by Nina Rycroft
  28. Josephine Wants To Dance by Jackie French and Illustrated by Bruce Whatley
  29. The Beast Of Hushing Wood by Gabrielle Wang (REVIEWED)
  30. Tempting Justice by Fiona Archer (REVIEWED)
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