Spring is in full swing in Australia (well, it’s fall for my American pals) – so I wanna take some time to reflect and share some exciting news with you!
For those of you who don’t know, I study medicine at university, and ‘time’ is something that really matters. For instance: finding time to relax after an exhausting day, treasuring the time spent with friends and family (when I’m not as busy), that critical time between a patient’s life and death, and the time medical students put into their studies in the hopes to saving lives in their future. To simply put it: time, no matter how short, can be life-changing.
Now let’s take on the bookish perspective of time. I’ve been adding more sci-fi and psychological/thriller books onto my TBR pile, and ‘time’, is among the most common themes in these books. The clever technique of flashbacks, the limited time the characters have to complete a quest, and even time travel. That’s how important time is – it matters in all aspects of life – whether fictional or in real life.
To celebrate time and how important it is to all of us, I’ve teamed up with the awesome team at JORD Watches for a stylish giveaway! Consider it my Fall/Spring gift to y’all! Keep reading for more details!
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Hello there lovelies!!!!
Today I will be sharing my thoughts on the hottest collab of the year – TAKE THREE GIRLS – written by Fiona Wood, Cath Crowley and Simmone Howell. This is a fantabulous #LoveOzYA collaboration between three award-winning Australian authors. Thanks to Pan MacMillan, I was given the phenomenal opportunity to participate in my first blog tour EVER! Without further ado, let’s just get on with the review!
Kate, a quiet boarder, making some risky choices to pursue the experimental music she loves.
Clem, shrugging off her old swim-team persona, exploring her first sexual relationship, and trying to keep her annoying twin, Iris, at arm’s length.
Ady, grappling with a chaotic family, and wondering who her real friends are; she’s not the confident A-lister she appears to be.
When St Hilda’s establishes a Year 10 Wellness Program in response to the era of cyber-bullying, the three girls are thrown together and an unlikely friendship is sparked. One thing they have in common: each is targeted by PSST, a site devoted to gossip and slander that must have a source within St Hilda’s.
Who can you trust when rumour is the new truth?
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