Feature and Follow Friday

It's time for another Feature and Follow Friday. For those of you who don't know, Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkie's View designed to help like-minded bloggers to connect. This week's all important question is:

Q: What are you reading right now? How do you like it?

I have just started reading The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots by Loretta Hill, which is about a young, female engineer who gets sent to work on a project in a remote part of Western Australian. I'm really enjoying it so far--it's a little different to your typical rural romance.

What are you reading right now?


Tanya Patrice said…
That sounds really interesting - my first time hearing about this one. Hope you enjoy it.
Sounds very different, how is the language in it. I have read other books set in Austrilia and had a hard time with the slang and wording.

Lisa's World of Books, Follow Friday
The setting sounds really interesting.
New Follower.
I haven't read that book. I'm a new GFC follower.

My F&F - http://bookbloggermom.blogspot.com/2012/09/feature-and-follow-5.html
Anna said…
Sounds interesting. New follower :)
My FF:World of Books
Kathryn White said…
Thank you. I'm really enjoying it so far.
Kathryn White said…
I'm Australian, so I don't notice the slang or Australianism much unless the author uses a lot of it. So far, the book appears to be very intelligently written. If you've enjoyed other Australian novels then you will definitely enjoy this one.
Kathryn White said…
The setting is brilliant. It's wonderful to read about such a different part of Australia. I really like the female lead as well--I prefer romance novels where the lead character does something other than work in a city office.
Kathryn White said…
Maybe something new to add to your to-read list? I will post a review soon.
Kathryn White said…
Thank you. Will check out your blog.
Kathryn White said…
Hi Rinn, thanks for the follow. I'll visit your FF shortly!
Heather said…
New follower here!

I've never even heard of this one! Is it supposed to be historical... or more fiction that actual history?


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