2021 Aussie Author Challenge

The objective of this reading challenge is to showcase the quality and diversity of the books being produced by Australian authors.

Hosted by Jo at Booklover Book Reviews

My goal: EMU

Read and review 24 titles written by Australian Authors of which at least 10 of those authors are female, at least 10 of those authors are male, and at least 10 of those authors are new to you; Fiction or non-fiction, at least 4 different genre.

1. This Has Been Absolutely Lovely by Jessica Dettmann (Female/new/contemporary)

2. The Schoolgirl Strangler by Katherine Kovacic (Female/nonfiction)

3. Relics, Wrecks and Ruins by Aiki Flinthart {Female/Male, specfic}

4. Sargasso by Kathy George {Female/new/gothic}

5. You’ve Got To Be Kidding by Todd Alexander {Male/nonfiction}

6. Welcome to Nowhere River by Meg Bignell {Female/general}

7. Something to Hide by Fleur McDonald {Female, rural suspense}

8. Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne {Female/new/romance}

9. TThe Rose Daughter by Maria Lewis {Female/new/urban fantasy}

10. Vanished by James Delargy {Male/thriller}

11. Flash Jim by Kel Richards {male/new/biography}

12. The Nancy’s by R.W.R McDonald {male/new/mystery}

13. Still by Matt Nable {male/new/crime}

14. The Others by Mark Brandi {male/new/thriller}

15. When You Are Mine by Michael Robotham {male/crime}

16. Gun to The Head by Keith Banks {new/male/memoir}

17. The Last Guests by J.P. Pomare {male/thriller}

18. The Enemy Within by Tim Ayliffe {male/thriller}

19. The Long Game by Simon Rowell {new/male/crime}

20. The Deep by Kyle Perry {male/crime}

21. Sweet Jimmy by Bryan Brown {new/male/crime/short stories}

22. Wild Place by Christian White {male/new/crime}

23. Growing up Aboriginal in Australia by Anita Heiss (male/female//nonfiction}

24. Unforgiven by Sarah Barrie {female/crime}