Category Archives: Australian Women Writers Challenge 2015

Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin (AWW2015)

Working in low-level IT support for a company that’s the toast of the tech world, Sigmund Sussman finds himself content, if not particularly inspired. As compensation for telling people to restart their computer a few times a day, Sigmund earns … Continue reading

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Review: Graced by Amanda Pillar (AWW2015)

City Guard Elle Brown has one goal in life: to protect her kid sister, Emmie. Falling in love–and with a werewolf at that–was never part of the deal. Life, however, doesn’t always go to plan, and when Elle meets Clay, … Continue reading

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Review: In My Mother’s Hands by Biff Ward (AWW2015)

There are secrets in this family. Before Biff and her younger brother, Mark, there was baby Alison, who drowned in her bath because, it was said, her mother was distracted. Biff too, lives in fear of her mother’s irrational behaviour … Continue reading

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Review: Flex by Ferrett Steinmetz

FLEX: Distilled magic in crystal form. The most dangerous drug in the world. Snort it, and you can create incredible coincidences to live the life of your dreams. FLUX: The backlash from snorting Flex. The universe hates magic and tries … Continue reading

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Review: Avery by Charlotte McConaghy (AWW2015)

The people of Kaya die in pairs. When one lover dies, the other does too. So it has been for thousands of years – until Ava. For although her bondmate, Avery, has been murdered and Ava’s soul has been torn … Continue reading

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Review: These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner (AWW2015)

Luxury spaceliner Icarus suddenly plummets from hyperspace into the nearest planet. Lilac LaRoux and Tarver Merendsen survive — alone. Lilac is the daughter of the richest man in the universe. Tarver comes from nothing, a cynical war hero. Both journey … Continue reading

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