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I Meet Malorie Blackman & Patrick Ness

At the beginning of February, I attended my first book event: the book launch for Malorie Blackman’s romance anthology, Love Hurts. It was an amazing experience to hear actual published authors and I’m definitely hoping to attend an event like it again (it helps that it only cost like £5 a ticket.) Read on for my adventures, though don’t take them as an actual exact account because I’m writing from memory and not a recording or anything. 1,189 more words

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Love Hurts In Birmingham (or does it?)

You know how sometimes you really don’t feel like doing something, but you think it’d probably be good for you if you did, so you force yourself to get on with it and then it turns out it WAS a good idea after all and you feel better for it? 640 more words

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Love Hurts - new book out!

Woop woop! There’s a new anthology out TODAY that we just know GHBers are going to LOVE. Check out LOVE HURTS by OODLES of brilliant authors including Malorie Blackman, Laura Dockrill and Philip Pullman. 119 more words

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Classmate's Remixes

Here are a few of my fellow classmates mashup/remix that I rather enjoyed:

This mashup of films such as Star Wars, Stark Trek and 2001: A Space Odyssey was created by  210 more words

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Say Her Name by James Dawson (Review)

Bobbie Rowe is not someone to get scared easily, or to believe in ghosts. Bobbie and her friends are at an all-girls boarding school, it’s Halloween, the girls have sneaked in some local boys, and so naturally they carry out a dare where Bobbie, her best friend Naya and a cute boy Caine say Bloody Mary five times in front of a candlelit mirror. 486 more words

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REVIEW: Say Her Name by James Dawson

Over the next ten weeks I will be reading and reviewing the shortlisted books for the inaugural YA Book Prize. I’m thrilled that the diverse and thriving UK YA scene is being celebrated. 532 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday: 2014 Releases I Meant to Read

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I probably won’t do this every week, but I’m going to try to do as many as possible. 509 more words

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