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I Left My Heart in the Vanished Kingdom of Chicora

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time” 2,349 more words

Anthropology

Anomalies - Blog Tour and Audiobook Review

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Summary:

In the future there is no disease. There is no war. 644 more words

Book Reviews

Reading aloud

I’ve finished my slash-and-burn draft of Anomalies, so it’s time for one of my favourite parts of the process: reading it to myself.

It’s not enough to simply read over your own writing. 1,193 more words

Amelia Mellor

This week, I am nervous.

  1. Not long now until the winner of the Ampersand Prize is announced! I have a date, but shan’t make it public just yet.

2. I finished  162 more words

Amelia Mellor

Anomalies The AudioBook Tour

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Anomalies
by Sadie Turner & Colette Freedman
Release Date: February 9th 2016
Genre: YA Sci fi
Select Books in NY

Summary from Goodreads:

In the future there is no disease. 1,159 more words

Book Tags

Where the Wild Things Are: Anomalies and the Poverty of Critical Thinking

“People tend to say ‘I like independent thinkers but they must think what I want them to think independently’” – Rassool Jibraeel Snyman

Pundits, skeptics, and the educators of America are largely convinced that belief in strange phenomena, illogical political choices, and all manner of social ills are the result of a generalized poverty in an elusive and ambiguously defined faculty called “critical thinking”, a phrase which has come to mean pretty much whatever we want it to mean, as long as you agree with me.  803 more words

Anthropology

Anomalies

Hello, lovely readers, and thank you for bearing with me as this blog-thing takes shape.

I harp on an awful lot about Anomalies, my first novel. 1,900 more words

Amelia Mellor