Camp is due to ‘come out’ this month in the U.K. and i luckily got the chance to ask Lev some questions about his new book. It’s been a while since our last interview, and i always find him a delight to talk to with really interesting answers to questions. Thank you hugely to Lev for answering some questions for us, and to Simon from Penguin for organising!
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In February, we had the chance to interview the wonderful Laure Eve, author of The Graces, The Curses, The Illusionists and Fearsome Dreamer. It was a great interview and we had a lot of fun. We mainly asked about her writing process, since creative writing is something me and Sarah are really interested in and do ourselves. It’s always fascinating to hear about different authors’ writing processes and this was another insightful chat!
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Big authors are constantly talked about on book blogs, Twitter accounts and YouTube, and there is very little room for some underrated but also known authors it seems. During Blogmas i want to highlight a few of the authors that i absolutely adore that i feel are incredibly underrated. The first one i would like to talk about is Kass Morgan.
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Simon James Green has quickly become one of my favourite YA authors. It’s been a long time since i laughed out loud (lol’d if you will) at a book, and his debut novel Noah Can’t Even made me do just that. I had the pleasure of meeting Simon at YALC, and after that and the announcement that he is working on a sequel to Noah Can’t Even, i knew i had some questions to ask him.
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Yesterday was the Patrick Ness evening for his latest novel Release in Manchester. It was hosted by Waterstones and held in the famous central library in the city center. Having been to a few events here held by Waterstones now, i was particularly excited.
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I spent a lot of time in my teens writing. FanFiction, short stories, poems, anything, i absolutely loved to write. That’s part of the reason that fueled me to study Creative Writing at University. Reading is also a huge part of my life and that is why i made this blog, so i could talk to others about being a reader, current books and what we thought of them. I’m debating expanding a little.
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My review of Skyscraping went up last week on the blog and you can read it HERE. I read the book recently and absolutely loved the story along with the way it was told in verse. I found it to be captivating and heartbreaking. We are lucky enough to be given the chance to speak to author, Cordelia Jensen about why she writes in verse, who inspires her and the process she goes through when starting a novel. Here’s what she had to say!
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