Books Every Young Woman Should Dive Into In Their 20s

Entering your 20s is a transformative period filled with self-discovery, growth, and exploration. It’s a time when young women navigate the complexities of adulthood, forge their identities, and embark on new adventures. Amidst this journey of personal development, books can serve as […]

#SheReviews: Darling Girls by Sally Hepworth

There are undoubtedly those people in this world whose life stories vehemently echo in tone a Machiavellian fairytale. That is, their lives are fraught with menacing clouds of abuse, in all it’s abject guises, and hope is a tenuous and seemingly elusive […]

#SheReviews: Small Mercies by Dennis Lehane

America, in it’s best version of itself, is enshrined with noble and forward-thinking tenets and ideologies. ‘The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave’ is often a hopeful and hope-filled country where anything is possible (in theory at least), […]

150 Years of Little Women

It’s 150 years since Little Women by Louisa May Alcott was published and in the time since, the book has never been out of print. The story of the March sisters struck a chord with readers — especially young girls — early […]

#SheInspires Mocco Wollert

I was lucky enough to meet Mocco Wollert at the recent Writers Group Convention.The elegant Mocco was keen to share her story with our She Society readers. Mocco came to Australia in the 1950’s with no English and no money, but has […]

The Netflix of Books

The service Bookchoice has been called the ‘Netflix of Books’ and has just become available, with book lovers rejoicing over the new service. Bookchoice is a membership based service that allows you to download bestselling and cult books as ebooks or audiobooks each […]

#SheInspires Jackie French

Having written over 132 books over a career spanning 17 years, award winning Australian author Jackie French is a literacy icon. Along with her countless awards, Jackie is the ACT’s Children’s Ambassador and a strong advocate for encouraging children to read. She […]

5 New Release Books That You Need To Read

In a reading rut? Then pick up one of these new releases, whether you’re a fan of love stories, crime or memoirs, these books will keep you reading all throughout the night. Still Me by Jojo Moyes Following Jojo’s international bestsellers, Me […]

The Wisdom In Fairy Tales

Can you feel it? There’s a change in the air. It’s the women of the world rising up and telling their stories, being there for other women and looking out for each other. Traditions lost are surfacing again; traditions of telling stories […]

Great Aussie Reads for Summer

Many of the best books I’ve read this year were written by our home-grown Australian authors. So wherever you’re relaxing this summer, take some time out to enjoy some great Aussie reads. Jane Harper’s ‘The Dry’ was hands down my favourite read […]

Get Ready To Wait

“Honey, come quick” I screamed to my husband who was in the back yard. He came barrelling into the house expecting to find me backed up against a wall, with a dinner plate-sized spider in my midst. I live in the bush […]

Staying home but reading abroad

It’s summer in Europe and my Instagram feed is filled with photos of people eating ice cream along the banks of the Seine, daffodils in the English countryside, and waves crashing on pebbly Italian beaches. Oh how I wish I could be […]

Helene Young: award-winning romance author

Whether she is soaring among the clouds as a pilot or cruising the east coast of Australia with her husband on their catamaran, love and adventure are driving themes in the life of Queensland author Helene Young. Helene is an award-winning author […]

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