Book Review – The Sky So Heavy

I picked this book up from the free book bin in the Port Augusta Library and read it during our road trip through South Australia last year. I don’t normally read young adult fiction books but this one from the CBCA award-winning Australian author Claire Zorn is not bad. It’s easy to read and a…

Book Review – Where the Crawdads Sing

Wow! I totally enjoyed this book by Delia Owens. I started reading this on the last leg of our recent road trip. The subject matter of the book felt appropriate to our travel. We were learning about nature and were on the move constantly, being exposed to new surroundings and environments. Similarly, the book was…

Book Review – Turning down the noise

Again I came across this book through a podcast I was listening to during my lunch break back in November 2020. That long ago! Yes I remembered it well because I immediately told my colleague about it as soon as I got back in the office. Then I ordered it from my library. I waited…

Book Review – Tales from Moominvalley

Alright, this is the second last book of the Moomin books I’ll be reviewing. Hooray, I hear you say! This one is a collection of short stories about the Moominvalley and its many inhabitants and characters. Some of these stories have been turned into children’s picture books. This is an easy book to read –…

Book Review – The Passion Economy

I love this book. It’s about the new economic rules that are permeating on a global scale. Blame this on the birth of the internet and the proliferation of digital products and information. If your head is still the old establishment thinking then you might be left behind. It’s a fascinating read – you’re either…