Well, July is at an end and so is the Discover Aussie Fantasy feature for another year.
I’ve read some great books this month! Interestingly and also unintentionally, all but one book was by lady authors – where are all the Aussie blokes in Fantasy?
Don’t forget, there’s still a few hours until the end of the giveaway – leave a comment on one of the reviews for an extra entry! Go to the Aussie Fantasy page for the entry form.
Here are the books reviewed this time around:
- July 2: The Scrivener’s Tale, Fiona McIntosh – High fantasy
- July 4: Blind Sight: Through the Eyes of Leocardo Reyes, Ermisenda Alvarez – YA Urban Fantasy
- July 9: Dragonkeeper, Carole Wilkinson – Middle-grade fantasy set in ancient China
- July 11: Mudlark, Chris Matthews – NA High Fantasy
- July 15: Burn Bright, Marianne de Pierres – YA science fiction
- July 16: The Brides of Rollrock Island (or Sea Hearts), Margo Lanagan – YA paranormal fantasy (mermaids, of a sort)
- July 18: Long Lost Song, Stephen C Ormsby – Paranormal thriller
- July 22: The Four Seasons of Lucy McKenzie, Kirsty Murray – children’s time-travel fantasy
- July 25: Aurora: Darwin, Amanda Bridgeman – military sci-fi
- July 26: The Wild Girl - interview with Kate Forsyth (or read my review)
- July 29: Shadows, Paula Weston – Paranormal YA fantasy with angels and demons
- July 30: Banish, Nicola Marsh – YA Paranormal thriller, witches and ghosts
So, do you like the banner for this year? My very talented brother took one of my travel snaps and added a dragon!
Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway and spread the word of the feature And now, back to semi-normal programming…