I am embarking on a new adventure and trying to make my way in the world as a professional writer - Science fiction & crime mostly.
I also like loads of really boring things like gardening, craft work and baking. Oh and I eat a lot.
It’s now Spring in the Southern Hemisphere – supposedly. I didn’t have many external review requests this month so most of the choices were from my reading pile; hence the lesser number of reviews. Here is the September review reads list. (You can read the full reviews here: 2020 Book Reviews
**** “Little Fish are Sweet” by Matthew Condon
**** “The Beginner Writer” by Geetanjali Mukherjee
“Zillions of Zucchinis” by Terri Bateman & Sarah Jackson
Have you found yourself surrounded by zillions of zucchinis? Crazy amounts of courgettes? Squillions of summer squash? Do you grow your own, or have you found yourself with an abundance of the product and no idea how to use them? This could be the book for you.
“Zillions of Zucchinis” is the second in the “When it all becomes too much” mini cook book series by Terri Bateman & Sarah Jackson. This easy to use e-book contains some useful zucchini facts and 20 easy to make recipes to help you manage your glut of fruit.
AVAILABLE FOR PRE ORDER THROUGH AMAZON (E-BOOK): AU, USA, UK, CA or search for “Zillions of Zucchinis” through Amazon in your country. (On sale from 2 October 2020)