2016australiaday-bloghopThank you for visiting my site. I’m very happy to be participating in the Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop for 2016, the brainchild of Shelleyrae at Book’d Out – and it’s come at a very exciting time for me as I’m just days away from the official Australian launch date of my fourth novel, All That is Lost Between Us. I have only just received my very first box of books hot off the press, and one of them could be yours! To be one of the first to read my new novel, all you have to do is leave a comment here – a ‘hello’ will get you into the draw, but I’d love you to give me a book recommendation too!

When you have entered my giveaway, please visit the Book’d Out Australia Day Book Giveaway page, and check out all the awesome authors, publishers and bloggers who are taking part. There are over 30 chances to win some fantastic Aussie books!

TERMS & CONDITIONS: This giveaway is open to Australian residents only. The winner will be selected at random after entries close at midnight on 27 January and the winning name will be posted here and notified the following day (28 Jan).

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Sue Rex
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Thanks for the chance with this giveaway Sara! One of my favourite books by an Aussie author is The Problem With Crazy by Lauren K McKellar. Fantastic YA contemporary story that will pull on your emotions. Happy Australia Day! :)

Catherine McLean
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Ooh, how exciting! Thank you for the giveaway! I’m on a nostalgia-fuelled YA trip at present, so I’m saying anything by Brian Caswell. I love Merryll of the Stones, but right now, am finding that I mostly want to read Deucalion again…

Catherine McLean
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They came out in the 1980s and 1990s, I think – though I’ve just gone a-googling and discovered that there is a new, third book in the Deucalion series, so I know what book I’m buying next…

Jess @ The Never Ending Bookshelf
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Hey Sara. Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter this great giveaway. You’re upcoming book sounds great. As for an Aussie book recommendation I highly recommend anything by Bronwyn Parry, Helene Young, Jaye Ford … she has a new book coming out in just over a week and writes a mean thriller. I haven’t read this one yet (obviously) but I’m really keen to read it once it’s released.

Kylie Kaden
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Hi Sarah! I’d love to win! I really enjoyed up and in by Brisbane author Deborah Disney. A hilarious read about school gate politics. Thanks!

Mary Preston
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Mary Preston

In recognition of Australia Day I would highly recommend THE DAUGHTERS OF MARS by Tom Keneally.

Diana
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Diana

Hello :-) thanks for the opportunity to enter. Currently re reading Lora Leigh’s Breed series about genetically modified humans with feline or wolf DNA.

Bec Brown
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Bec Brown

Congrats on your new arrival! Not australian but i just finished reading counting by 7’s – its YA but so good!

Kathryn
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Kathryn

Thanks for the opportunity to win, Sara! My favourite Australian read last year was Matthew Flinder’s Cat by Bryce Courtenay (my first Courtenay), but Fractured by Dawn Barker was a close second.

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Amanda Barrett
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Amanda Barrett

Hi Sara, happy Australia Day and wishing you all the best on your new release. I loved Shallow Breath by the way. My favourite Aussie read of last year was Palace of Tears by Julian Leatherdale, it made me fall in love with the Blue Mountains. it’s on my bucket list of places to visit :-)

Dale Harcombe
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Thanks for the giveaway, Sara. Currently reading Burial Rites. An interesting read.

paula harris
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paula harris

Awesome to see a WA writer in the Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop!! All the best with your new book :)

Sarah ellwood
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Sarah ellwood

Happy australia day eve :)
I love reading and am so excited about this giveaway! I recently just finished Eliza Henry-Jones’ In The Quiet and it was a book I couldn’t put down. I loved the characters and it was a story that certainly tugged at my emotions.

Eleanor Mulder
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Hi Sara. Love your books and have just told the Pink Fibro Book Club so! Hoping to see you at your new book launch at PIAF (kids permitting) :) Would love to read it, so thanks for the entry :)

Nat H
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Nat H

Hi Sara, thanks for the opportunity you have going here… I just wrapped up reading Thornwood House by Anna Romer, really enjoyed it, some wonderful descriptive pieces of bushland and rural landscapes :)

Jenny
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Jenny

Wishing you all the very best with your new novel, must be awesome to see all your hard work come together and released into the world of readers. Have a great Australia Day.

Robyn Barone
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Robyn Barone

Hi Sarah, I am just finishing Drink Smoke aNd Pass out by Judith Lucy. Funny, lighthearted tale of her journey through life and religion. Great Aussie humour at its best. Wishing you great success with your new offering.

Wendy S
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Wendy S

Lighthouse Bay by Kimberley Freeman. I loved this book and it made me look things up, wondering where it was set and wanting to go and walk along the beach there!

Kris Williams
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Kris Williams

Love your work. Looking forward to reading your new book.

Ronnie
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Ronnie

I’m currently reading Nicole Hurley-Moore’s “Hartley Grange” and loving every minute of this delightful rural romance.

Ann-Marie Day
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Ann-Marie Day

The Country Practice by Meredith Appleyard is a wonderful book. Her female characters are strong females.

Stacey
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Stacey

It’s good to see so many recommendations!

Sue Gerhardt Griffiths
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Sue Gerhardt Griffiths

Hi Sara! This blog hopping is so much fun and a wonderful way to discover new authors and how lovely to discover you. My favourite genre of all is psychological suspense followed closely by rural romance/suspense romance. So I can’t wait to get my hands onto all of your books! There are many many books I could recommend but two are stand outs: Lily Malone’s Fairway to Heaven, the ending (before the epilogue) just blew me away and her style of writing is just lovely and feel good. And June Loves’ The Shelly Beach Writers Club, the first few pages… Read more »

Delores Bebbington
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Delores Bebbington

Hi Sara have read all of your books and love them so thank you for the opportunity. I usually prefer to promote Australian authors so one of the books I read last year was Tricia Stringer’s ‘Heart of the Country’, an historical story set in the Flinders Ranges. It is the first in a series and I really enjoyed it. I must say that I also read Rosamund Lupton’s ‘Quality of Silence’ and it is still staying with me, not to be missed -such a good read.

Renee Lewis
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Renee Lewis

I would love to win this and as an avid reader I would love to start an Australian
authors collection. I have just been introduced to Judy Nunn and will start her book, hopefully after I win this. First though I must finish my current read, Gaddafi’s Harem. Not a happy subject but intriguing at how society can get things so wrong when people fear those in power. Am looking forward to reading all your books this year.