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Patrick Ness Vlog Interview
    I’m really excited to present a special video to you all today.  In June, Walker Books UK hosted a special press day for Patrick Ness, [...]
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Review: Unbecoming by Jenny Downham
Blurb Three women – three secrets – one heart-stopping story.Katie, seventeen, in love with someone whose identity she can’t reveal.Her [...]
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Zoë Marriott Blog Tour: Deleted Scene #3
Today I’m part of a blog tour for one of my most favourite people ever, Zoë Marriott.  Here is a deleted scene from her new book and final in the [...]
Review: Monster by C.J. Skuse
GoodReads At sixteen Nash thought that the fight to become Head Girl of prestigious boarding school Bathory would be the biggest battle she’d face. Until [...]
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YALC Round-up
From Friday 17th- Sunday 19th July, the YALC rolled out its bookish red carpet once again for another year of literature love. There were authors all over [...]
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Review: The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt
GoodReads Hermann Kermit Warm is going to die. The enigmatic and powerful man known only as the Commodore has ordered it, and his henchmen, Eli and Charlie [...]
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Review: Truckers: The First Book of the Nomes by Terry Pratchett
GoodReads Under the floorboards of the Store is a world of four-inch-tall nomes that humans never see. It is commonly known among these nomes that Arnold [...]
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Birthday Adventures in a Yurt
My birthday seemed like an age ago now but it was this time last month that I was off on a special celebratory weekend away.  Apparently, turning thirty is [...]
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Blog Tour: Missing Children & the Media by Cat Clarke + UK GIVEAWAY
Today we welcome Cat Clarke to the blog to discuss why she decided to write about missing children for her latest book: I’ve always been interested in [...]
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Review: The Lost and The Found by Cat Clarke
GoodReads LOST.  When six-year-old Laurel Logan was abducted, the only witness was her younger sister. Faith’s childhood was dominated by Laurel’s [...]