Underdog Book Launch! The Most Down To Earth Book Event <3

Heyo Bookaholics! The Most Down-To-Earth Book Event Ever! On Friday the 15th of March I attended the book launch for Underdog, a #LoveOzYA anthology of short stories based on what it is like to be an Australian. The novel is named after the new publishing company of the same name, started by the book’s editor Tobias Madden. […]

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Gemina Book Launch and Signing

 Hey Ho Bookaholics! Today the theme is blue, because I have some amazing Gemina news to share with you! Last night I went to the Victorian State Library to attend the Book Launch for Gemina by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman. I forced my dad to come along with me and he (surprisingly) enjoyed the event.

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Moomba Monday!!

(This post is a colab with Alexa.V.Photography.) As you may have gathered from my recent Instagram spam; Alexa, Siobhan and I attended the Labour Day Moomba Parade which is an event that has been held annually in the city of Melbourne for 60 many years. Moomba festival is celebrated over the four-day Labour Day long weekend, […]

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Australian Open

19/1/2015 – Australian Open Tennis; Day 1 I know it’s really late, but last Monday I went to the first day of the Australian Open Tennis. I had a ‘court hopper’ pass that granted me access to all of the courts in Melbourne Park with the exception of Rod Laver Arena and Margaret Court Arena.

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Pop Up Shops x

I don’t go into the city often but when I do I always see new pop-up stores that sell the cutest items and they always bring a smile on my face, except I sadly, never have any money to buy these cute items; so I took photos of a few of the cute items that I found […]

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Graffiti Lane

Melbourne is the ultimate home of laneways. Whether they be filled with graffiti, littered with hideaway coffee-shops or both. There is always something interesting to find in a Melbourne city laneway.

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The City of Melbourne!

My best friend and I ventured into the city today and came across a few quirky sights and places; to be expected in the city of Melbourne…   “Why climb stairs when you can climb a rainbow?” -unknown

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