|Tracey, author of Carpe Librum|
My favourite genre to read is historical fiction but I also enjoy delving into the classics from time to time and of course supporting Aussie writers. Click here to see the challenges I'm participating in this year.
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I love to collect bookmarks and my collection is now over 490 at last count. I'd love to hear from fellow readers or collectors who also enjoy collecting or using bookmarks. I always have a few duplicates to trade and have a Pinterest board dedicated to Bookmarks if you'd like to check it out.
I joined the Boomerang Books team of bloggers in May 2014 and you can check out my work for them here.
In August 2011, I had a book review published in Good Reading Magazine and in September 2011, featured in the Caught Reading article in Good Reading Magazine. In 2012 I had a second book review published in the April edition of Good Reading Magazine.
In November 2012, I had an excerpt of a book review of mine featured on Mamamia Book Circle, hosted by CherylAkle.
In June 2013, I had two book reviews published in the special crime edition of Good Reading Magazine and in August 2013 I had the privilege of being interviewed by the Pittsburgh Examiner.
In 2013 I judged a national Short Story Competition, reading and judging 91 entries in total and determining the place getters.
If you'd like me to proofread your manuscript for a fee, please visit my business Extra Edge for an obligation free quote.
I have proofread and edited two books that are currently in print: