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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

May the odds ever be in your favour

In the future a land that was once called ‘North America’ is ruled by the Capitol. Divided into districts residents have little or no information about the rest of the population other and are eerily separated apart from for The Hunger Games, a fate no parent wants for their child. 463 more words

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Catching Fire

On Sunday, April 27th, Join Kimberly Russell from West Kentucky Community and Technical College for Read to Reel! This month’s book/movie is Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. 24 more words

Books

Monthly Read

One of my favourite posts to write is the monthly read.

  • I absolutely adore Cassandra Clare all 5 books in The Mortal Instruments series, they were so intriguing and I was genuinely concerned for the characters and wanted them to be safe and happy, and I am so excited for the next/last one to come!
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Daily Reads #3

I can’t believe we’re already onto the third Daily Reads post, it feels like I was only writing the first one yesterday!

Well this week my reading is once again going to take the same form as last week and despite working every day, I will be spending my evenings wrapped up with a good book. 239 more words

Suzanne Collins

Top Ten Characters Who Are Powerful Female Leads

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list is Top Ten Characters Who X (you fill in the blank — examples: piss me off, are the popular kids, are bookish, would be my bff, that stole my heart, etc. 549 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Divergent Series Review

I just finished, like literally the Divergent Series by Veronica Roth – love her – and, I, am, stunned! So in this dystopian world – which I’m sure you all have heard over and over again about this, but it’s important – Tris (Formally Beatrice Prior) makes “one choice that can destroy you.” 378 more words

Abnegation

Writing a Book Step One: The Idea

Where do authors get the ideas for the novels they write?

Stephen King-“I get my ideas from everywhere. But what all of my ideas boil down to is seeing maybe one thing, but in a lot of cases it’s seeing two things and having them come together in some new and interesting way, and then adding the question ‘What if?’ ‘What if’ is always the key question.” 583 more words

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