Last week I went to Dublin to spend time with friends at my first LeakyCon (and first full convention!) and I had the best time! For anyone who doesn’t know, LeakyCon is a Harry Potter convention. Before the trip, I planned on doing only one post about it but honestly it would be just such a long huge post that I think I want to do about two or three. There were so many magical (just let me use this word a couple times in relation to Harry Potter please) things that happened and the panels were so amazing! Continue reading “I Went to LeakyCon2017!”
YALC is fast approaching, and i know i haven’t shut up about it recently on the blog, but it’s true that it’ll be here before we know it. And after all, it’s the biggest weekend in any U.K. book bloggers year! As you all know i started my YALC preparation a few weeks ago now, and i have a few tips and tricks for before YALC and the actual weekend to make sure that everyone is happy and healthy!
If you’ve not heard already (sarcasm), we went to YALC this year! Me and Sophie both had an amazing time and cannot wait to return next year. In case you didn’t know, YALC is the Young Adult Literature Convention created by (Queen) Malorie Blackman. It was put in place so that readers of YA literature could have a place where they can celebrate their books with other readers. So that’s exactly what we did. Here’s my round up of our whole day so you can see what we got up to!
It’s coming to that time of year again when all the great and powerful authors we have grown to love (and sometimes hate, seriously why did you kill her off?!) are coming together to talk all things bookish. Bookcon and Book Expo America are just around the corner. I’m not lucky enough to go to either of these events (no matter how much I’ve priced up and dreams about flying across the sea) but this weeks Top 5 Wednesday is 5 authors that I’d love to meet at these events, I’ll make it easy and say all of these authors will be at Bookcon. A girl can dream.