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Kathryn's Inbox · 11h ago

Review: My Life as a Hashtag by Gabrielle Williams

My Life as a Hashtag is a realistic read about how one mistake can lead to a whole lot of hurt, heartache and humiliation. MC (otherwise known as Marie-Claude,) is sixteen years old and is i...
Kathryn's Inbox · 2d ago

Kathryn's Inbox Exclusive: Man Discovers He Was Not Inspiration For Carly Simon Song

NOWHERESVILLE, AUSTRALIA--Nineteen-year-old Edward Sorrento had his illusions shattered yesterday when he discovered that he was not, in fact, the subject of Carly Simon's hit song, You're S...
Kathryn's Inbox · 3d ago

Review: Dr. Fourth originated by Roger Hargraves

The moment that I saw this clever Mr Men--Doctor Who mash up for sale in Dymocks I knew that I just had to buy it and take it home. There has always been something delightful about the simpl...
Kathryn's Inbox · 4d ago

Best of Kathryn's Instagram

A post shared by Kathryn White (@kathrynsinbox) on May 20, 2017 at 7:26pm PDTIn honour of Garfield's birthday, my Instagram post for this week has a Garfield theme. I love this mug, my broth...
Kathryn's Inbox · 4d ago

Review: The Dry by Jane Harper

There has been no rain in Kiewarra--a small town in Victoria inhabited with people with equally small minds--for two years. The town is also home to a shocking murder, three members of the H...
Kathryn's Inbox · 4d ago

Review: Why I am Not a Feminist by Jessa Crispin

In many ways Jessa Crispin's manifesto Why I am Not a Feminist is a breath of fresh air. While I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, this is a book that is unashamed, unafraid ...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1w ago

Review: Seven Types of Ambiguity by Elliot Pearlman

Seven Types of Ambiguity is a novel that is long, wordy and oddly addictive. Set in Melbourne, it opens with an account by a renowned psychologist about a recent incident in which his patien...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Happy birthday Garfield!

Well, it's June 19 once again and as is tradition on this blog, I'm taking time out to wish Garfield the cat a very happy birthday. (Family and friends will get the inside joke, and yes, the...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Review: The Great Gatenby by John Marsden

Years after it was first published, The Great Gatenby still packs a punch. It tells the story of Erle Gatenby, a headstrong ratbag with a heart of gold. Gatenby has been getting into a bit o...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Literary Quotes

Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs.Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte