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Warp the Reluctant Assassin reviewed by Leah Dillon aged 10

Albert Garrick used to be the most celebrated illusionist in the West End, Known as the Great Lombardi, until during one performance, he actually sawed his beautiful assistant in half. 181 more words

Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

Genre: middle-grade fantasy

Stats: Audio runs 6′ 7″, Published 2004, book

Blurb: (Goodreads) Twelve-year-old Artemis Fowl is a millionaire, a genius—and, above all, a criminal mastermind. 341 more words

Books

Snow Queens and Morris Minors

When Sarah Webb asked Michael and myself to contribute illustrations to Beyond the Stars we were both very pleased to be included and very happy to work on something connected to such a good cause. 164 more words

Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

The Book Bucket Challenge: Top 5 Favorite Books

                In the tradition of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, I have been nominated to participate in a Book Bucket Challenge on Facebook. But I am not about to pour a bucket of books on my head. 456 more words

Nerd Focus

Are You an Outliner?

Very good interview with author Eoin Colfer about his writing process. He was a teacher for fifteen years and says that being a writer feels more like a hobby to him than a job and he hopes it stays that way. 23 more words

Writing

The Fish in the Bathtub by Eoin Colfer - A Review (Barrington Stoke, Little Gems)

I blogged about Barrington Stoke’s Little Gems here, and my first experience of reading a Little Gems book here.

I was so impressed with them, I wondered if they would be able to sustain the things I love about them? 544 more words

Book Reviews

Books To Die For, again

Hot on the heels of Bloody Scotland comes the paperback version of Books To Die For. You know, the book about crime writing by crime writers for crime readers that I love so much. 358 more words

Books