Saturday, June 26, 2021

Weekend Cooking: What I Baked in June


It's the last Saturday of the month and that means it is time to share what I have baked during the month of June.

Jelly Slice -My brother in law's mother makes the best version of this. For many years it was always part of our Christmas treats but this is the first time I have actually tried to make it. One of her tips is to make it in the container that you want to serve it in, rather than make it in another tray and then have to move it around. When I make it again I will put more of the filling and the jelly to get the proportions better as my container was a little bigger than the recipe suggested. I have previously shared a similar recipe here.

Orange and cardamon cookies - This was a recipe from our local store magazine and I would definitely make them again as they were very tasty.

I did have an interesting conversation with my husband this month. We bought some portuguese tarts from Costco which were very tasty and Robert, my husband,  said to me "you should make some of these", and he was genuinely shocked when I said that I had made them at least twice. This led to a process of going through some blog posts and saying do you remember me making this or that and the answer to a lot of those was no, which is either good news for me or not. It does mean that I can remake a lot of things and present it as new but that would also mean not trying anything new!

Weekly Meals


Sunday - Easy Moroccan Lamb Tagine

Monday - Mac and Cheese

Tuesday - Spiced Chicken and Naan

Wednesday - Indian Spiced Lamb Keema

Thursday - Pork Vindaloo Curry

Friday - Takeaway

Weekend Cooking is open to anyone who has any kind of food-related post to share: Book reviews (novel, nonfiction), cookbook reviews, movie reviews, recipes, random thoughts, gadgets, quotations, photographs, restaurant reviews, travel information, or fun food facts. If your post is even vaguely foodie, feel free to grab the button and link up anytime over the weekend. You do not have to post on the weekend. Please link to your specific post, not your blog's home page.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Music A to Z: G

Welcome to this week's edition of my Music A to Z feature. Each week on Thursday, I am going to share a song where either the song or the artist name begins with the letter for that week. This week, the letter is....


Thunder Rolls  by Garth Brooks - I thought I would start this week with an artist I would LOVE to see live. I used to listen to the No Fences and Roping the Wind albums over and over again, and then I kind of lost track of his music. At the start of lockdown last year I started listening to his weekly show on Facebook and now I want definitely want to see him perform live.


Good as Hell by Lizzo - When I started this series, I was reminded that I have a tendency to keep the  same ringtone for years. So I decided that it was time to change, and this is what I chose.

This is Me from the Greatest Showman soundtrack (by Keala Settle) - This is the ringtone I changed it from!

Dreams by Gabrielle - I loved this song back in the day, and I still do!

What are your G songs? Share them in the comments.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Weekend Cooking: Chicken Kiev Tray Bake

We have been predominantly working from home now for well over a year. I guess it has been long enough now to consider this to be normal, as opposed to a new normal.

One of the advantages of being at home all day is that it is much easier to eat dinner at a reasonable time. Previously we would finish work around 5.30 so we would be getting home at around 6.45 and then start to organise dinner. By being at home, it does mean that you can do some prep between meetings or tasks. For example, on the nights when we are having baked potatoes, it is nothing to wrap them in foil and then put them in the oven and then going onto the next task.

We have tried a few different tray bakes over the journey and the recipe I am sharing today is one that we tried recently and enjoyed. Robert enjoyed it so much that we ended up having actual home made chicken kiev a couple of weeks after the first time we made this

On the website it is called Lazy Chicken Kiev Tray Bake, but I have chosen to remove the word lazy because maybe it is more smart and/of efficient rather than lazy. It is definitely a 70s throwback taste wise, but we really enjoyed it, especially the crunchy flavoured bread crumbs which you could use on other dishes as well.n

Chicken Kiev Tray Bake 

4 (about 950g) chicken breasts, lightly scored
80g garlic butter, at room temperature
2 tbsp chopped fresh continental parsley leaves
2 tbsp chopped fresh chives
1 small lemon, rind finely grated, cut into wedges
105g (11/2 cups) fresh white breadcrumbs, made from day-old bread
250g baby truss tomatoes
250g green beans, trimmed

Preheat the oven to 210C/190C fan forced. Line a large baking tray with baking paper. Place the chicken on the prepared tray.

Place the butter, parsley, chives and lemon rind in a bowl. Season. Stir well to combine. Spread half of the butter mixture over top of chicken breasts. Stir the breadcrumbs into remaining butter mixture. Press the breadcrumb mixture onto the chicken breasts.

Scatter the tomatoes and beans around the chicken. Spray the vegetables with olive oil. Season. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden and the chicken is cooked through. Serve with the lemon wedges.

Weekly menu

Monday: Out for dinner
Thursday: Steak, baked potatoes, green beans
Friday: Takeaway 

I am hoping that Mr Linky is working a bit better this week. There were some issues with it last week!

Weekend Cooking is open to anyone who has any kind of food-related post to share: Book reviews (novel, nonfiction), cookbook reviews, movie reviews, recipes, random thoughts, gadgets, quotations, photographs, restaurant reviews, travel information, or fun food facts. If your post is even vaguely foodie, feel free to grab the button and link up anytime over the weekend. You do not have to post on the weekend. Please link to your specific post, not your blog's home page.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Music A to Z: F


Welcome to this week's edition of my Music A to Z feature. Each week on Thursday, I am going to share a song where either the song or the artist name begins with the letter for that week. This week, the letter is....


The Way You Love Me -Faith Hill - There's something about the songs that Faith Hill released in the late 90s/early 2000s. I could have chosen Breathe or This Kiss but instead have gone with The Way You Love Me. These are the songs that make my do the chair dance when I am listening to them!

Freefalling by Tom Petty - I am pretty sure that this is the perfect driving song. I can't help but sing out loud! 

Share your F songs in the comments.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Winter TBR






Welcome to this week's edition of Top Ten Tuesday which is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's theme is Books on our Summer (or Winter for me!) TBR pile.

The Missing Sister by Lucinda Riley - I was so saddened to hear the news of the death of author Lucinda Riley. I am a big fan of her Seven Sisters series, and I have The Missing Sister here to read or listen to. She had announced recently that there was going to be one more connected book so this might not be the last book, but it will still be bittersweet

The Lost Girl of Berlin by Ella Carey - I will be reading this for a blog tour in the next few weeks. I really enjoyed the first book in this trilogy so I am looking forward to ti!

Rogue Protocol by Martha Wells - I have recently discovered The Murderbot series and read the first two books in succession, despite not being a huge sci fi reader. This is the book that I will be starting as soon as I finish my current read.

The Jam Queens by Josephine Moon - I started listening to this but I am not getting much listening time so I will likely switch to the book

Love Among the Recipes by Carol Cram - Tamara from Thyme for Tea has just announced that Paris in July is back this year, so my plan is to read this book ready for July!

Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade - I recently read Teach Me by Olivia Dade and enjoyed it so i am planning to read more from her.

The Pretty Delicious Cafe by Danielle Hawkins - I have read a couple of Danielle Hawkins' books and enjoyed them but I do still have a couple of her other books to read.

Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer - When I read The Warsaw Orphan I had no idea that it was linked to this earlier book. 

The Life She Imagines by Maggie Christensen - It's time for me to get back to Granite Springs and see what happens next.

The Clover Girl by Viola Shipman - This author's book, The Heirloom Garden, was one of my absolute favourite reads from last year and I am sure I am going to like this one just as much!

What's on your TBR?

Monday, June 14, 2021

This Week I....

I'm reading....

I was a big fan of Beach Read by Emily Henry so I was really looking forward to reading her latest book. The version I am reading is called People We Meet on Vacation, but it is published in other places with the total Road Trip. It  will be interesting to think about which is the better title once I finish the book!

I'm watching...

We finished watching the first season of Stan Lee's Lucky Man this weekend. We will definitely be moving onto season 2 at some point this week.


To be honest work is really full on right now, and I think it will be for the next few weeks at least. We had a 3 day weekend this week and I worked on two of the three days. We did have to do some house things this week and there will be more of that this week. 

I didn't even have a chance to do my Music: A to Z post last week, which I will rectify this week.

Posts from last week

Weekend Cooking: Burnt Basque Cheesecake

I've linked this post to It's Monday, what are you reading? as hosted by Book Date

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Weekend Cooking: Burnt Basque Cheesecake

Cheesecake is one of my favourite things to eat. My favourite one to make is a White Chocolate Cheesecake which I have been making for years. It is also the one that my friends request the most, and I do get in trouble if I turn up with a different cheesecake. They'll eat it and enjoy it, but they will still be disappointed.

The thing is though, I also like trying new combinations and new flavours, so I am happy to try new recipes. In a recent store magazine there was a recipe for Burnt Basque Cheesecake as well as lemon and chocolate variations and they looked so good that I decided to try one! I started with the traditionally flavoured recipe, but I think I will try the other two variations in due course.

I really enjoyed this recipe because it was so simple and tasted so good. Unlike a normal baked cheesecake, there is no base, so you literally mix it all and then cook it! Simple! 

It puffs up in the baking but collapses down when you take it out of the oven, and you want it to be on the brown side, and there are meant to be cracks in it, so it is difficult to make mistakes.

Here is the video of the recipe

Burnt Basque Cheesecake

1kg cream cheese, at room temperature
1 1/2 cups (330g) caster sugar
6 free range eggs
600ml thickened cream
1 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
1/3 cup (50g) plain flour

1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Grease a 22cm (base measurement) springform pan. Place a 30cm x 40cm sheet of baking paper on a clean work surface. Top with another sheet of baking paper, turning 90 degrees to create a cross. Line the prepared pan with the paper cross, pleating and folding sides to fit. Place on a rimmed baking tray.

2. Use an electric mixer to beat the cream cheese and sugar in a large bowl until the sugar dissolves and the mixture is very smooth.

3. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Continue beating until the mixture is smooth and silky. With the motor running, gradually add the cream in a thin, steady stream. Continue beating until smooth. Add the salt and vanilla and beat to combine.

4. Sift the flour over the cream cheese mixture and beat on low until smooth and just combined. Pour into the prepared pan and smooth the surface. Bake for 1 hour or until the cheesecake is golden brown and puffed. Set aside to cool completely. Place in the fridge for 2 hours to chill.

5. Serve chilled or bring to room temperature for a softer texture. Cut into wedges to serve.

Weekly Menu

Saturday: Steak, broccoli with mushroom sauce
Sunday: Birthday Dinner
Monday: Steak and Pepper pie
Tuesday: Tuna Pasta Bake
Wednesday: Mexican Chicken and rice
Thursday: Pork Chops with mash potato and vegies
Friday: Takeaway burgers

Weekend Cooking is open to anyone who has any kind of food-related post to share: Book reviews (novel, nonfiction), cookbook reviews, movie reviews, recipes, random thoughts, gadgets, quotations, photographs, restaurant reviews, travel information, or fun food facts. If your post is even vaguely foodie, feel free to grab the button and link up anytime over the weekend. You do not have to post on the weekend. Please link to your specific post, not your blog's home page.

Monday, June 07, 2021

This week....

I'm reading....

It's been a few weeks since I participated in It's Monday! What are you Reading? mainly because I have been crazy busy at work, but today I have had a day off so time to get back on track.

I have been reading a bit this week which is nice. I have read the first two books in the Murderbot series by Martha Wells, and the third one is calling my name right now. Sci-fi is not normally my jam, but I have to say these books are a lot of fun, and I can see myself blasting my way through the rest of the series quite quickly.

Today I finished reading The Cartographer's Secret by Tea Cooper which I thoroughly enjoyed. I think it is my third five star read of the year, all of which have been by Australian authors.

As to what I am going to read next, it might by the next Murderbot book or maybe I should pace myself a little bit more!

I'm Watching

Over the last few weeks we have watched and enjoyed Shadow and Bone which was very enjoyable. 

This weekend we started watching Atlantic Crossing. So far we have watched two episodes and I am looking forward to seeing what happens. It's interesting to see a different story to those that we have all heard about WWII.

We also watched a few episodes of Stan Lee's Lucky Man. Originally I was thinking about watching Bloodlands but that is showing only one episode per week so one of my workmates suggested watching Lucky Man as both shows star James Nesbitt. This is one that my husband and I will continue to watch together.


We should have been in Auckland this weekend for a few days as a birthday celebration (hint: it's not for my husband and it does end with a 0!) but unfortunately we went back into lockdown so no weekend away for us!  We did still have a nice day. We started with pancakes for breakfast, a walk along the beach (which fortunately is JUST within our 10km range) and then I read my book and watch some TV tonight! Day done!

Posts from the last week

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge
Weekend Cooking: Foodie Love

I've linked this post to It's Monday, what are you reading? as hosted by Book Date

Sunday, June 06, 2021

Six Degrees of Separation: The Bass Rock to A Desperate Fortune

Welcome to this month's edition of Six Degrees of Separation, which is a monthly meme hosted by Kate from Books Are My Favourite and Best.  The idea is to start with a specific book and make a series of links from one book to the next using whatever link you can find and see where you end up after six links.  I am also linking this post up with The Sunday Salon, hosted by Deb at Readerbuzz.

The starting point this month is The Bass Rock by Evie Wyld which is a book I have heard of before, but haven't read. 

My first connection is to another author I haven't read yet, Evie Dunmore. She writes historical romances and has a series titled the League of Extraordinary Women which I have heard good things about. This is the first book in that series. I'll get to them one day. Maybe.

This time I am going to link surnames to Helen Dunmore and her book, The Greatcoat. I think I borrowed this from the library a few times but I never did quite get to reading it. I have read other books by her though.

The window on that cover made me think of The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket. Many years ago an America friend from Oprahs Book Club sent me several of the Lemony Snicket books. Unfortunately she passed at a very young age. So sad.

One of the first books I read as part of that groups was One Hundred Years of  Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

My next link is to Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende, for the only reason that she is another South American author.

And because I never miss an opportunity to link to a Susanna Kearsley book so for my final link I have chosen A Desperate Fortune.

I feel like I have jumped a bit all over the place this month. Next month we start with Eat, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss.

Saturday, June 05, 2021

Weekend Cooking: Foodie Love

After months of life being pretty much normal here in Melbourne, we have had an outbreak of one tow of the more transmissible versions of COVID which sent us back into lockdown again last week. And lockdown means finding ways to entertain ourselves. We should have been hosting a party for around 30 of our friends on Saturday night, but, obviously, plans had to change.

We also upgraded our cable box last week so I was playing around with that when I came across a series on SBS, which is our multicultural channel, that sounded interesting, and so I ended up watching all the episodes over the course of the weekend. I am definitely glad that I gave this a go because I very much enjoyed watching it.

This is actually a Spanish series, set predominantly in Spain, but there are also sections that are filmed in Rome, France and Japan. One of the things I have realised is that watching a TV series with subtitles means I do actually have to watch rather than only half watch while also messing around on the phone or laptop at the same time. It's a terrible habit that I probably should try and break myself.

We never find out the main characters names. They meet on a foodie app, think EHarmony for food lovers, and then we follow them through the early stages of their relationship. We have access to their inner thoughts, their insecurities and how their past relationships have left them scarred and cautious as they try to meet someone new.

I met my now husband around 4 and a half years ago so some of those  anxieties were still quite fresh. Fresh enough to remember at least!  The uncertainty of yet another first date. Will we like each other? Will the conversation flow? Will I say something a bit awkward? Will we want to see each other again?And what about the first kiss? The first time of spending the night together?  I was very lucky in that it was very clear early on that we were indeed compatible and that we enjoyed each others company so the awkwardness didn't last too long. He tells me that he was never nervous, but I definitely had some moments.

In addition to the main characters, in each episode we get glimpses into other people's lives. For example, in the first episode there is a writer who is observing the people around her, and our couple also spend some time speculating about the lives of the cafe owners. In another episodes, we see a Japanese woman doing a special dance early in the morning, as she believes that this will help the taste of the ramen that she is going to serve in her restaurant each day. 

One of the first things that our couple bonded over was obviously food. He gets irritated by people who take photos of their food before they even taste it. (That's me!) She doesn't like licorice. What follows is a narrative on developing a new relationship, using food, film and music as touchpoints. The settings are also beautifully portrayed. 

In the first episode they meet up for coffee, and we see them as they grasp for conversation followed by a second date in a hard to find cocktail bar. She is late, so he is sure that he has been stood up, so he starts drinking the new cocktail that the bar owner has created. When she finally does arrive, he is well and truly on the way to being drunk

The third date is at a Japanese restaurant in a market where ramen noodles are on the menu.  She has a strong connection to Japan, although she is not ready to talk about her past yet. There is some next level flirting in this one, including a conversation which alludes to how difficult it can be to navigate a new relationship in our modern PC age.

In the fourth episode He goes to Rome, and he gets to taste the best ice cream ever. This episode was one of my favourites, as you can reallly feel them getting closer, despite the fact that the aren't physically together. There was also an interesting history of ice cream and the way the city was presented made me want to visit there again. Man, I wish we could travel again. 

We then get to witness a series of first. First kiss, first morning after, first weekend away. Along the way they go to an incredibly high end restuarant which included the kind of dishes that I can only imagine being able to afford to eat. And the weekend away is in country France, once again beautifully filmed.

In a heart wrenching finale we find out what happened in her past, and it brings several of the motives that are woven through the series to the point of making sense. 

It is worth mentioning that there are a couple of episodes where there is full nudity. 

Given that the whole premise is around food, of course there are lots of great food moments scattered throughout. From simple croissants, to ice cream to the elegant dinner and the lovingly created ramen there is plenty of food to drool over throughout the eight episodes.

I highly enjoyed this series, even with some superfluous interjections of old cartoons. These are kind of odd moments, but for the most part it is a feast for the senses, with humour, romance, a very enjoyable soundtrack and more!

Weekly Menu

Saturday: Chilli
Sunday: Roast beef with mushroom sauce and vegies
Monday: Butter Chicken with broccoli and rice
Tuesday: Bangers and Mash with Mustard and Onion cream
Wednesday: Spaghetti Bolognaise
Thursday: Roast Chicken and vegetables with sage crumb
Friday: Beef, broccolini and mushroooms

Weekend Cooking is open to anyone who has any kind of food-related post to share: Book reviews (novel, nonfiction), cookbook reviews, movie reviews, recipes, random thoughts, gadgets, quotations, photographs, restaurant reviews, travel information, or fun food facts. If your post is even vaguely foodie, feel free to grab the button and link up anytime over the weekend. You do not have to post on the weekend. Please link to your specific post, not your blog's home page.

Friday, June 04, 2021

Blog Tour: Her Tuscan Summer by Vanessa Carnevale


Talented young artist Mia Moretti has had a rough few years. Struck down with cancer in her final year of school, Mia constantly lives in fear that the disease will return. This fear permeates her whole life, from her relationships with her parents to what she paints, to the point where she stops painting completely.

Mia takes the opportunity to go and live in Florence, hoping that spending time in the city will help inspire her to find her mojo again. What she didn't expect was to meet someone who makes her feel alive the way that Luca Bonnici does. But can she let herself love him when she knows that there is a strong chance that the cancer might come back.

Together Luca and Mia explore Tuscany and further afield including the beautiful Amalfi Coast, living life to the fullest. Mia tentatively starts painting again with the encouragement of Luca and others around her, many of who believe in her talent and actively want to help her be successful

When tragedy strikes, Mia channels all her memories into her art, creating a series of paintings that tell the story of her Tuscan Summer but can that sustain her?

This was the author's first book, which was originally published here in Australia under the title The Florentine Bridge. I suspect if I was to read one of her later books I would find that it might be a bit more nuanced. Mia and Luca fall into an allconsuming love very quickly and when things go wrong it is equally dramatic. Having said that I was really invested in the story and the relationship made me smile. The book was easy to read, to the point that I got through the last third of the book while I was sitting in the car for the drive through COVID test so it was a welcome distraction.

I also felt that I was in Tuscany and visiting the dramatic Amalfi coastline, eating the pasta and gnocchi and people watching while sitting in a small cafe. Can I go now? Given that we are currently back in lockdown, probably not, but one day. One day.

In the meantime I have several more books from Vanessa Carnevale to read and get lost in. Lucky me!

Rating 4/5

Thanks to Bookouture and Netgalley for the review copy

Book Description:

I take my spot behind Luca and soon we’re racing down winding country roads through the breathtaking Italian countryside, with postcard-perfect sunflowers that carpet faraway fields. I have no other place to be, and no other person I’d rather be with.

Mia Moretti has always dreamed of becoming an artist. But after a fierce battle with a devastating illness that she is terrified will return, Mia is heartbroken to find herself unable to paint like she used to.

So when an opportunity to spend the summer in Italy presents itself, Mia jumps at the chance for a fresh start. She hopes that by travelling to the sun-drenched streets of Florence, surrounded by Tuscany’s rich green vineyards and sweeping hills, she will finally be able to heal.

What Mia doesn't count on is meeting handsome local mechanic, Luca Bonnici. With his smouldering chestnut eyes, charming smile and irresistible joie de vivre, Mia can’t resist the invitation to jump on the back of his motorbike to the see the country she is already falling in love with. And as she slowly lets down her walls and opens her heart to Luca, Mia starts to fall in love with life again too.

But just when she is ready to let go of her past, tragedy strikes. Will Mia’s strength and her love for Luca be enough to save them, or will they lose each other forever?

Lose yourself in the blue skies and sun-kissed streets of Florence with this gorgeous, heart-wrenching story about love and second chances. Perfect for fans of That Month in Tuscany, T.A. Williams and Lucy Coleman.

Author Bio:

Vanessa Carnevale is an Australian author of women’s fiction. She is also the host of Your Beautiful Writing Life retreats held in Tuscany and Australia.

Vanessa loves to travel, and spent several years living in Florence, Italy, a place she considers her second home. She lives in Australia with her husband and two children.

Her previous novels, THE MEMORIES OF US and THE FLORENTINE BRIDGE are published by HarperCollins and have been translated into German and Slovenian. Vanessa’s third novel will be published by Bookouture in August 2020.

You can connect with Vanessa on Instagram and Facebook or via her websites: |
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Thursday, June 03, 2021

Music A to Z: E

Welcome to this week's edition of my Music A to Z feature. Each week on Thursday, I am going to share a song where either the song or the artist name begins with the letter for that week. This week, the letter is....


In the Ghetto by Elvis Presley - When I was last in Vegas, we had one show that we really wanted to see. Unfortunately we only had one night when we could go to a show and that was the one night of a week that it wasn't on so we had to come up with an alternative. We ended up seeing a tribute show at our hotel. The artists were Steven Tyler, Celine Dion (ugh), Barry White and, of course, Elvis. At one point Elvis was asking the crowd for songs they wanted him to sing and he ended up singing the song that I chose - In the Ghetto. He said it wasn't a song that was often requested. I love it because it is a song that tells a story. 

Benny and the Jets by Elton John - I have a friend who is absolutely obsessed with Elton John. Obsessed! While there are plenty of songs I enjoy, today I am going to share this clip from the movie 27 Dresses because it is just so much fun.

Thinking Out Loud  by Ed Sheeran - Ed Sheeran will appear on this list a couple of times. His first three albums were on constant replay for many years. I have also seen him live a couple of times and would go to see him again. The reason I chose this particular song is because it replaced the song I thought I would dance to if I ever got married. For many years I never expected to get married, and I was never the girl who dreamed of what her wedding would like like, but I did know which song I would dance to if that ever happened. That is, until I heard this one for the first time. And in the end, this wasn't the song we used when I did get married, but more on that later.

Share your E songs in the comments.

Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge - June


 Thank you to everyone who shared a review this month! We had more than 40 reviews in April which is awesome! I can't wait to see what you all share in June. If I have timeat theend of June I will share some stats about the challenge so far. That's a big if, but it is my intention.

I am very excited to have so many of you signed up and linking up to the challenge already this year, and I look forward to reading your reviews throughout the year! I am sure there is going to be a lot of great historical fiction discovered and shared with fellow HF lovers!

If you haven't already signed up, it's not too late! The sign up post is here.

Just to recap what participants need to know. At the beginning of each month I will put up a post which will have a Mr Linky embedded into it for you to add your link.

Please remember...

  • add the link(s) of your review(s) including your name and book title to the Mister Linky we’ll be adding to our monthly post (please, do not add your blog link, but the correct address that will guide us directly to your review). A direct link to your Goodreads review is also acceptable
  • any kind of historical fiction is accepted (fantasy, young adult, graphic novels...)
  • if you have time, have a look some of the other links that are present. You never know when you will discover new blogs or books!
I have created a group on Facebook which you can find here and don't forget to use the #histficreadingchallenge hashtag on the socials.

Here is the link for you to use to share your reviews this month! Happy reading!


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