Alison Dance is an avid reader of historical fiction, fantasy and romance. Alison’s background is media and journalism with an interest in regional, agricultural and women’s affairs. While audio books are handy for long drives and e-books are compact, you’ll find her bookshelf full. You can find her on Twitter @alisonjdance and Instagram @alisonjustdance
Book Review / Clancy of the Overflow by Jackie FrenchJanuary 31, 2020
“Patterson’s poem Clancy of the Overflow beautifully weaves a story of urban and rural Australia in the 1880s. It’s no wonder Jackie French is able to extract such a stunning novel from its famous stanzas.” – Alison Dance reviews Clancy of the Overflow by Jackie French
Book Review / The Brisbane Line by J.P. Powell
“Author, J.P. Powell, pens a frustrated Brisbane society navigating the impending “new world” in 1943 through tram lines, philosophical lines between high and low society and police officers crossing the line into corruption.” – Alison Dance reviews The Brisbane Line by J.P. Powell.