#LoveOzYABloggers 009: Spring Reads

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My Spring Reading List














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  1. I've been seeing This Mortal Coil everywhere. I'm going to have to get off my butt and look into it :-).

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    1. I'm planning on starting that one next Sarah! It looks like a brilliant Aussie read. Can't wait to get stuck into it.

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  2. Zana Fraillion has a new one out? Woah! nice picks -- some I didn't know at all.

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    1. It's actually an old release, before The Bone Sparrow I believe. I'm super excited to read that one, I loved The Bone Sparrow. He writing is exceptional!

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  3. pretty good selection there. still waiting for my library to stock it =(

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    1. Perhaps give them a nudge Ailyn, it's just been released!

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  4. Wow, those are all lovely covers. Hope you'll enjoy them :)

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  5. I hope you enjoy them all Kelly :)

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    1. The Aussie cover designers are always magnificent Karen, except for The Juliette Chronicles. We don't speak about those though.

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  7. I have not heard of ANY of these, so I will be looking for your reviews! (also very hard to remember that it's gonna be spring in Australia.)

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    1. You wouldn't know it with how cold is was today. Freezing with hail. I look forward to throwing these books at people shouting to read them too.

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  8. ooh some interesting ones here. I think I've only heard of Cloudwish. Thanks for sharing!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I'm really looking forward to that one too Lauren, I've heard it's brilliantly written and wonderfully diverse.

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  9. I'm reading Untidy towns now! About 30 pages off finishing, interested to see what you think of it I'm a bit in the middle but it's so aussie it gets bonus points XD It even mentioned craigieburn, be still my northern heart X'D Awesome like Kells <3

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    1. I love Aussie books set in small towns and even more so Victorian towns. Super excited to get to it soon.

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