Week One - 'After' Book Three

I started it. Yep. After Book Three is now in progress and I'm falling back in love with writing. Not that I ever fell out of love with it but you know what I mean. Well, you will if you're a writer. So, to follow on from last week's blog post (read it here), I am trying to be more of a writer and less of a reviewer on. After all, I am a writer always. When I'm watching the TV and not paying attention because I'm thinking of my work in progress, and when I'm in the shower and the hot water runs out because I'm too busy considering a new character's back story, and especially when I'm exactly 0.01 seconds away from falling asleep. Anyway, back to it. So I've written a trilogy before--

Questions for Book Lovers

I was tagged by Stories in Books to answer these super fun book questions! 1. What is the first book you read by yourself? Matilda by Roald Dahl. I loved every page. 2. Did your parents read to you before bed? If so, what did they read to you? Yeah, every night I think! My dad read lots of books to me and my brother. The ones I can remember off the top of my head are: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Diamond Girls, Dr Doolittle, and loads more I can't think of! My grandad also used to read to us when we were staying. He read a load of Mr Men books, The Bad Tempered Ladybug, Meg and Mog, and a whole basket load I can't remember off the top

Top 10 Female Characters for International Women's Day 2016

Now, last year for International Women's Day I made a list of my favourite female authors (you can read it here) and the year before I made a list of strong female characters including some of my own(you can read it here). This year I thought I'd make it more difficult for myself. I'm only going to list 10. So here we go. My all time top 10 female characters. (They are not ranked. I tried. It was too painful!) Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games Trilogy) Matilda Wormwood (Matilda) Diana Ladris (GONE Series) Viola Eade (Chaos Walking Trilogy) Tris Prior (Divergent Trilogy) Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Series) Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter Series) Annah (The Dark and Hollow Places) Gaby Win

Top 10 Book Series for World Book Day 2016

World Book Day is back! What better way to celebrate than to make a brilliant book list? Last year I created a YA imaginary literary tea party with my favourite characters and the year before I listed 40 awesome books/series. But 40 is way too easy. Let's crack down on the list and go for just 10 series (it was way too difficult when including stand alone books too!) . . . The Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins GONE Series - Michael Grant Lorien Legacies - Pittacus Lore Chaos Walking - Patrick Ness Divergent Trilogy - Veronica Roth Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling The Forest of Hands and Teeth Trilogy - Carrie Ryan John Cleaver Trilogy - Dan Wells Rephiam Series - Paula Weston Dustla

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