March was not as productive as I would have liked. I only got through three books.
This whole Covid-19 Pandemic has really changed how we look at life. I have spent a bit more time with my family. My concentration has not been the best.
My daughters have come home to isolate here with us and my eldest daughter who is a nurse and should be on the front line helping to save all the people infected, is on the side line for now as her health is put her at too high risk to be working with it. My baby is still studying nursing and is in her 3rd year and is now doing her uni work online. Her nursing prac was just before all of this pandemic started in one of the hospitals that now has Covid cases. I am glad as a mother that she is not there now doing her prac and is safe at home with me.
I am proud that I do have two girl that are dedicating their careers to helping others, it is an honour to be their mum.
In a Great Southern Land by Mary-Anne O’Connor
Published: 18th March 2019 by Harlequin
Number Of Pages: 416
Talk of the Town by Rachael Johns
Published: 1st May 2017 by Harlequin
Number Of Pages:416
The End of Cuthbert Close by Cassie Hamer
Number Of Pages: 464
This month all books were written by Aussie authors. What a treat that was to read three awesome books set in Australia. In this time when we need to support each other through this pandemic.
In a Great Southern Land, I really do enjoy reading Australian Historical Fiction and Mary-Anne has written an emotional and heart-wrenching family saga. This is one that is not to be missed.
Talk of The Town, I love reading rural books especially when they are based in my home state. This one is set in dairy country in the south-west of Western Australia. Rachael really draws her readers into the book to make them feel as if they are the on the pages with the characters. Rachael never disappoints her readers and once again she has written a story that is going to have to wanting more. I cannot wait for the next one! What a bonus as it is only 16 days away 😊 plus side of reading this one now.
Something to Talk About (Rose Hill #2)
The End of Cuthbert Close, Cuthbert Close is set in Australia and could be your average street. This was an easy to read, fun and light-hearted book. The entertainment in it kept me reading on, it had me laughing and relating to the characters. It was a story of friendship, motherhood and balancing work/life around it all. This is a story that most of us will relate to and will enjoy reading it. Cassie has done it again!!!
Comment below what you have been reading this month. Are you reading through Covid-19? If you are, hashtag #Readingthroughcovid19 so that we can all see what everyone is reading.
I am going to continue to read as much as I can but also enjoy spending quality time with my family. Take care of yourself and your families. We will get through this tough time stronger and better for it.
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