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Reviews of 10 great books each month
Reviews of 10 great books each month

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Loved interviewing Laura Thompson about her fascinating book, 'Take Six Girls'; all about the Mitfords and her meeting with Diana; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2017/06/20/interview-laura-thompson-author-take-six-girls-head-zeus/
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Love Italy? Planning a trip? I've just uploaded my latest post; Great Books About Italy; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2017/05/05/great-books-italy/

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Love Italy? Planning a trip? I've just uploaded my latest post; Great Books About Italy; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2017/05/05/great-books-italy/

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Just uploaded my new post on Great Books About France;http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2017/03/24/great-books-france/

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Literary Visits
I visited Australian 2016 Small Publisher of the Year, NewSouth Publishing, to hear about their initiatives and latest titles; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2016/07/12/newsouth-publishing/

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The Children's Book Council of Australia Book Awards are now the most influential children’s book awards in Australia. Up to 476 entries are received each year for the five categories (Early Childhood, OIder Readers, Younger Readers, Eve Pownall Award for Information Books and Picture Book). Have you picked your winner yet? Story on CBCA here; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2016/07/11/childrens-book-council-australia/

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Find out how quirky publisher, Bloomsbury, plan to celebrate its 30 years in business this year and Harry Potter's 20th birthday next year; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2016/06/24/bloomsbury-publishing/
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Book Launch
QStation is to Sydney what Ellis Island is to New York. Love this new book; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2016/06/23/from-quarantine-to-qstation/

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‘Every French child reads the Countess de Ségur’s books’, explains translator, Stephanie Smee. ‘She’s what Enid Blyton is to the English!’ Have you read any of these books yet?; http://www.readmeblogsite.net/2016/06/20/stephanie-smee/
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Literary Talk
I am really looking forward to this talk!
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