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Some things I wanted to say regarding the terrorist attacks in Christchurch

Yesterday, I was at work when I received a message from my sister about a terrorist attack in New Zealand. I hadn’t yet heard the news, so I went on twitter, which seems to sadly be the most reliable source of news these days, and was hit with the cold hard truth. Another white man had gone on a rampage, killing innocent human beings and permanently tearing apart the lives of the victims, their families and friends, and a country that has some of the most beautiful, peaceful people in it.

My first reaction was denial. Sure, Aussies and Kiwis love to give each other a good ribbing, but to me, NZ is our neighbour and has always felt like our super chilled out sibling. I have always felt proud of NZ and their achievements and have always thought of Australia and NZ as a pair. So to see something…

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First Lines Friday · Weekly Features

First Lines Friday – March 8, 2019

Hello everyone! I hope you all are doing great. Let's see which book I have picked up for this week's First Lines Friday post.   First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we… Continue reading First Lines Friday – March 8, 2019

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Goodreads Monday – March 4, 2019

Hi! I hope you had a great weekend. I am back to blogging after a long time with Goodreads Monday. Goodreads Monday is a weekly feature hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners in which you simply have to choose a random book from your TBR and show it off! This week I have chosen Dark of the West by Joanna… Continue reading Goodreads Monday – March 4, 2019

Book Reviews

Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris

So disturbing, yet so brilliant. Title: Bring Me Back Author: B. A. Paris Genre: Mystery, Thriller Pages: 336 Published: June 19, 2018 My Rating: A young British couple are driving through France on holiday when they stop for gas. He runs in to pay, she stays in the car. When he returns her car door… Continue reading Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris