Ultimate Blog Challenge, highlighting books set in many countries (and eras).
The Grassland Trilogy reaches back beyond written history, showing the courage of young people trying to Escape the Mask, see Beneath the Mask, and go Beyond the Mask.
Cate of the Lost Colony traveled from the glittering court of Queen Elizabeth I to the desolate sand dunes of Roanoke in the New World, and Plain Kate, driven from her home by superstition, must search for answers down the river, into the mists.
Esty's Gold took us from famine-stricken Ireland to the Australian goldfields in the 1880s, while The Reformed Vampire Support Group sticks together in today's Sydney.
Online gamers in China, India, Singapore and the US are fighting For the Win and a fair chance at life.
Annexed and Briar Rose brought us perspectives on the Holocaust - the Netherlands, Germany, Poland - so many bitter sorrows, so many untold tales.
Modern-day Paris hides decades-old secrets in Die For Me, while in Montreal, Mira just wants her own today in Pieces of Me.
And we've just begun the Rivers of Time trilogy, as Lia and Gabi go back to 14th century Tuscany in Waterfall.
Oh, the photo up there? That's me aboard the wooden sailing ship Southern Swan in Sydney Harbour in the 21st century. Ready for more great books in August?