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My not so chirpy review of How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff

Watch the film first.

I’m not kidding.

Now to the rest. The rating went from three to two to one and back up to a two. 1,047 more words

Book Review

- Meg Rosoff

Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. 19 more words

Quotes

Book vs. Film - How I Live Now

Be warned! Spoilers may occur!

The Book:

I adore this book. When I first read it in 2004 I wasn’t exactly enamored with the book.  But… 443 more words

Features

Meg Rosoff to Sweden

Author Meg Rosoff is coming to Sweden to receive the 2016 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA). The Award Week begins May 23 and ends with the award ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall on May 30. 333 more words

Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

“Lesson Learned: Catching Up With ‘Large Fears’ Author, Myles E. Johnson”

Some of the things I’ve been involved with probably stand out in your memory more than others. One of those things worth remembering has to be the  850 more words

Authors

James Cross Giblin Dies, Meg Rosoff Named Astrid Lindgren Laureate

Nonfiction Author James Cross Giblin Dies: James Cross Giblin, author of several notable children’s nonfiction books, died at age 82 on April 10, 2016 after a long illness. 113 more words

Awards

What I Learned from Famous Writers at London Book Fair

London Book Fair always buzzes with big names and LBF16 was no exception. Meg Rosoff, Deborah Levy and Judith Kerr were all interviewed at the English PEN Literary Salon (a designated area away from the publishers’ stands). 386 more words

Writing