Author Archives: loupie

catcher March 17

Book club inspiration

Is your book club looking for something fresh to read? Librarians love book clubs. Really. We love you guys a lot. So we’ve got a whole new stack of book club kits ready to go at our Gold Coast libraries, to keep things fresh for our local book clubs. And if you’re not so local, […]

piglet March 14

Page to screen in 2015

It’s going to be another bumper year for movies based on books. I’ve already seen more than enough written about the film adaptation of E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey, released on Valentine’s Day, so let’s move on… After The Fault in Our Stars was such a hit last year, big things are expected of John Green’s Paper […]

sir terry March 13

Vale Sir Terry Pratchett

Sir Terry Pratchett, prolific fantasy author and campaigner for better understanding of dementia, has died, aged 66. We salute him as an exceptionally creative and entertaining author who inspired millions through his Discworld series and other novels.

umbrella March 08

Beach reads and true confessions

It’s hard to confess to a distaste for sun and surf and sand when you live where I live. But, that’s not to say I don’t like beaches…

cake March 07

Read it aloud with Dr Seuss

We’ve had a whole lot of Seusstacular fun this week in our libraries, celebrating Dr Seuss Day. Stories were read, games were played and cake was eaten. You can check out some very cute cats in their hats on our Facebook page. If you are twisting your whiskers because you missed out, never fear! There’s […]

surfer March 06

Best of Bleach* reads

Our new Readers’ season is all about that beach, ’bout that beach, no trouble.
Read the beach, enjoy Bleach*, write the waves and tell us what books go best with a little sand.

superheroes March 05

Reading journal 2: pictures and lists

Six more reviews for books I’ve read in 2015 – these ones being graphic novels (with pictures) and a YA book (with lists).

history February 14

Reading journal 1: history, mystery, rinse and repeat

I’m kicking off my year of reading with reviews for six novels that are all historical fiction and some historical crime.
If you love history and mystery, read on…

beach read February 12

Bleach* reads

Grab your towel, your sunscreen and your book. We’re off to the beach for our next Readers’ season!

hedgehog February 03

104 in 2014 15. The sticky end of the stick

Finally, FINALLY!! here are the last reviews for my reading in 2014, so I can start reviewing my books for 2015. You know what they say: 2,4,6,8, bog in, don’t wait! #141 Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh (Read 30/11/2014) I like this Regency Romance series about a group of friends who were all scarred mentally […]

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