Blog tour: Last Resort by Josh Reynolds

I made it one of my 2022 Bookish Goals to take part in three blog tours this year, and it’s already time to tick off the first one! Say hello to Josh Reynolds‘ zombie adventure, Last Resort!

Set in the world of Guillotine Games’ Zombicide board game series, Last Resort follows a group of survivors as they search the Adirondacks for The Villa, the rumoured safe house of a local mafia kingpin. For former FBI agent Ramirez, The Villa offers a vital refuge for the people under her care. But for Westlake, a thief-turned-informant who once escaped Ramirez, there’s an altogether different motive: revenge.

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It’s time to Beat the Backlist!

Beat the Backlist is back for 2022, and I’m ready to tackle all those unread books from years gone by!

For the uninitiated, Beat the Backlist is a yearly reading challenge run by Austine Decker with just one simple goal – to read as many books as possible from your TBR, provided they were published prior to the year of the challenge. This means anything 2021 and earlier is fair game this year!

There’s prompts and bingo cards if you’re into that kind of thing, as well as a reading tracker spreadsheet, and groups set up in places like StoryGraph and GoodReads. For more info, be sure to head to the Beat the Backlist website HERE.

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AU Review wrap-up: Nov/Dec 2021

Just a quick post to share a few bits and pieces I wrote for/contributed to The AU Review during November and December. Book reviews and a selection of interviews are regularly shared in full right here, so aren’t included in the wrap-up. You can find my full AU Review portfolio HERE.

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Track of the Week: The Terrifying Lows,
“Waiting for the Sun”
Originally published 03/11/21 – LINK

I don’t know what the weather’s like where you are, but here in Brisbane its grey, stormy, and absolutely perfect for a track like “Waiting for the Sun“.

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