Dymocks Top 101 Books

Thanks to everyone who has voted already for Dymocks 101 Books. If you haven’t yet, click here to vote. You can vote for 10 books , if you can’t see a book you can search and add them🥰 If you loved Tippy & the gang would love your vote! Also it would be great to see as many Australian & Kiwi books on the list for 2022🤩 Voting closes 31 January- thank you again!😍🙏🏻💖🧡🔍 #bookstagram #books #igbooks


Loved chatting with Kate Evans on ABC Radio

Loved chatting with Kate Evans on @abcradionational on THE BOOKSHELF THAT MADE ME , along with excellent author & fellow kiwi, @writerock11 🤩 Episode can be found on @abcradionational website here or app


My top nine 2021

Top 9. What a year, looking at these it feels a lot longer. Signed THE NANCYS screen option with @wearehoodlumThe Nancys’ optioned for screen | Books+Publishing (booksandpublishing.com.au) , HarryCat wore it best @wear_it_purple , managed to get back to see my family in Aotearoa NZ, NANCY BUSINESS published , @writtenbysime review one of my first again 🤩 @allenandunwinnz fantastic post of NANCY BUSINESS in the wild, @booksandpublishing  #booksareessential campaign & first day out of Melbourne lockdown 6 meeting up in a cafe with the legendary @cassmoriarty 🤩🥰 – Wishing you all a very happy new year & a safe and excellent 2022🥳


Diving In Podcast

Thank you so much @diving_in_podcast 🤩🤩🎙🙏🏻💖🧡 Legends! REPOST • @diving_in_podcast In these lazy days between Christmas and New Year we hope you will find time to tune in to our latest episode. Ginny and I talked about these gloriously fun books The Nancys and Nancy Business by R.W. R. McDonald as amateur sleuths and modern day Nancy Drew, Tippy and her outrageous uncles race the clock to solve a serious of crimes that hit the sleepy New Zealand town of Riverstone – great warm hearted holiday reads. 🧡🧡🧡 




Mum and Mini Reads Review – Nancy Business

Christmas made! Thank you so much for your review @mum.and.mini.reads 🤩🥰🙏🏻🧡💖🎄REPOST • @mum.and.mini.reads JUST FINISHED
It’s been a little while between books but I’m glad the libraries have reopened and I was able to get my hands on this sequel. Nancy Business is just as good as the first novel The Nancys. It is darkly humorous and the main character Tippy is a little legend. I’ve loved reading about her navigating growing up and finding her identity whilst maintaining her innocence as she tries to keep her family together by solving another mystery.

It’s a must read in my opinion but I just truly love these types of books.