Happy Australia Day – bookcrossing.com

jill aussie day 2015Happy Australia Day! I had a great day with friends at a BBQ celebrating with Aussie music, food, a back yard pool, whip cracking, egg and spoon races and sack races.

If someone mentions they have a book they picked up for free from bookcrossing.com, take note of a great way to get hold of and read a book, and then pass it on. You never know if the person you pass it to will have a friend or family member visiting from overseas who might take it as a going away read when they leave.futurproof your kids cover image

At the last Gold Coast Writers meeting I picked up a copy of ‘Futureproof Your Kids’ by Fiona Lucas. I will read it and pass it on to my daughter in law to share with my son tips on how to help raise our grand daughters in a safe way in the ‘on line’ world.

Shared by her with another friend or teacher from my grand daughters school, the book may travel widely and be read by people who may not have bought it themselves. The possibilities are endless.




About jillswrites

I am a writer of SciFi Books 'Dual Visions' and it's follow up 'Vashla's world'. I also write book reviews, articles and short stories. Several of my short stories appear in a collaborative book for children called Fan-tas-tic-al Tales written in conjunction with my fellow members of The Ten Penners, this was a follow-up book to 'Shock, Horror, Gasp'. Fan-tas-tic-al Tales was released in 2009, now available in hard copy and on Amazon. We are currently in the completing our next adventure based anthology called 'Mystery, Mayhem & Magic' scheduled for release later in 2017. As a member of BookCoasters the Gold Coast Library blog, complementing my own blog, I enjoy blog being able to showcase my work. My book reviews appear in PIO (Pass It On) and e-Writeabout. I'm a happy Grandmother to two beautiful girls, wife of the ever tolerant Clive, mother of our son Simon. I work part time and lead a busy life.
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