Ann-Marie Cahill

Ann-Marie Cahill will read anything and everything. From novels to trading cards to the inside of CD covers (they’re still a thing, right?). A good day is when her kids bring notes home from school. A bad day is when she has to pry a book from her kids’ hands. And then realizes where they get it from. The only thing Ann-Marie loves more than reading is travelling. She has expensive hobbies.

Dream Holidays: Escape to the Island of Aeaea

Welcome to Aeaea, an enchanting island getaway you didn’t even realise you were dreaming of, hosted by the spellbinding Circe.

Why Study Library Science?

What can someone do with a degree in library science? The knowledge is applicable far beyond the traditional library.

The Best Sci-Fi Spaceships from Across the Galaxies

The best sci-fi spaceships are more than transport. From the most powerful to the most iconic, we cover the best from sci-fi books like A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers.

Worst. Superhero Movie. Ever.

From Superman IV to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl to Suicide Squad, these are the worst superhero movies ever made.

Big Love for Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures

Adding Dungeons & Dragons miniatures to your roleplaying game really brings the campaign to life! These are our favorites.

The Best Science Fiction is Real: Realistic Sci-Fi to TBR

Red your way into the best realistic science fiction, ranging from well-known classics to lesser known gems.

Sydney Libraries Celebrate WorldPride 2023

Sydney is hosting WorldPride 2023! The celebration began 17 February with some of the best events available at local libraries.

The Best Dungeons & Dragons Character Sheets To Start Your Game In Style

Here are some of the best Dungeons and Dragons character sheets options, including class-specific ones, kid-friendly versions, and more.


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The Best Books of the 2020s: What Lifted Us Up and Out

We may not want to revisit the beginning years of the 2020s, but these books deserve to be remembered post-pandemic (whenever that is), including Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala.