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Month: June 2011


I Turned Out All Right

The hot potato in the book blogosphere at the moment is that Wall Street Journal article on Young Adult fiction. I don’t read a lot of YA books now and I didn’t read ANY when I was a teen. I read adult books. I do…


Q+A with David Nickle

David Nickle is the author of Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism, which I read and reviewed a few weeks ago. He kindly agreed to answer my questions and I hope you enjoy his responses as much as I did. Read my review here Hi…


Queen Betsy

I have just finished reading the 8th book in MaryJanice Davidson’s Queen Betsy series and rather than putting you off by writing a review of this book by itself, I thought I’d write about the series in general. I do really recommend the first book,…


Sunday Self

Take a little time on Sunday to share something about yourself that isn’t necessarily related to your blog topic. It could be a random fact, a photo of you or your family, a funny anecdote or something that’s been on your mind. Anything really that’s…


Creative Commons

I’ve just read Parajunkee’s Book Blogging 101: Copyright Infringement and whilst she makes some valid points, I was concerned enough about the recommendation to use Creative Commons that I had to write this article. Now Parajunkee is an extremely influential blogger and I can just…

Books In


Amazon: Zoo City by Lauren Beukes and Deadline by Mira Grant. newbooks magazine: Nourishment by Gerard Woodward Library: Undead and Unfinished by MaryJanice Davidson BookMooch: The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter ReadItSwapIt: Chill Factor by Rachel Caine Yesterday, work was holding a “Summer Fete” in…


Pre-Loved Giveaway

My Pre-Loved Giveaways are back! I’ve had an amazing response to my 100 Follower Giveaway and winners will be announced this weekend. Whilst you’re waiting, I’m offering the chance to win my copy of I Left My Tent in San Francisco by Emma Kennedy. Read…