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Blog Tour, Guest Post / February 22, 2016

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I’m so thrilled to welcome author Victoria back to the blog to talk A Gathering of Shadows, the much anticipated sequel to last year’s A Darker Shade of Magic. This book is just as amazing as the first. More Lila, Kell and Rhy, plus a standout new character, Alucard. There’s pirates, a magic tournament and lots of Londons. You will love it!

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By: Daphne
Blog Tour, Guest Post / October 25, 2015

Today, we are happy to hosting the W stop in this alphabet blog tour to celebrate the new book by Philip Reeve, Railhead! When this book came into my life, I was immediately intrigued. A space opera about a thief and a super cool intergalactic rail system? Mind blown. So excited by this book!
 

W is for Workers

By Philip Reeve

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By: Daphne
Blog Tour, Guest Post / October 2, 2015

Today I’m so pleased to welcome debut author Laura Wood to the blog to talk about her huge win and the publication of her book Poppy Pym and the Pharaoh’s Curse. It’s a really great story for all aspiring authors out there, so read on to find out Laura’s unconventional road to publication!
 

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By: Daphne
Blog Tour, Guest Post, Young Adult / September 24, 2015

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Welcome to the Six of Crows blog tour, celebrating this amazing new book set in the same universe as the Grisha Trilogy (Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, Ruin and Rising)! The lovely Leigh Bardugo has done it again, with an incredible heist, gorgeous settings and her trademark excellent characters.

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By: Daphne
Blog Tour, Guest Post, Young Adult / September 9, 2015

Today, I’m excited to present one of debut author’s Kate Scelsa’s favourite things in celebration of Fans of the Impossible Life. This book sounds incredible and I’m really excited to have Kate on the blog today!
 

What I Love: Thrifting

By Kate Scelsa

I didn’t discover thrifting until I was in my mid twenties. I was a teenager in the New Jersey suburbs in the ‘90s, too young to be a good DIY riot grrrl, relegated to the mall and the occasional trip to the Urban Outfitters in New York for my clothing options. And Urban Outfitters was a special treat. I bought an expensive sweater there once, was so proud of it, and then it turned up as THE sweater in the show “Rent.” You know the one:

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By: Daphne