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#LoveMe – A person who loves you

Why are you doing #LoveMe? A photo of you A word that describes you A person who loves you A note to the past you A note to the future you One thing that’s just for you Share a scar … Continue reading

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“Forbidden” by Tabitha Suzuma 

Have any of you ever read Flowers in the Attic by V C Andrews? It focuses on the story of the Dollanganger children and how they survive when their mother leaves them locked in an attic for years. It’s a brilliant … Continue reading

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“The Book of Lost Things” by John Connolly

You know you’re in for a treat with a new book when your roommate exclaims excitedly over the title in your hand as you read in the lounge room and then continues to gush for the next five minutes over … Continue reading

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The Desolation of The Crown

I want you to take a long hard look at that poster and tell me what you see. Do you see a woman fighting to come out of the shadows? Do you see a woman whose face has been wiped … Continue reading

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“Holding Up the Universe” by Jennifer Niven

Pro Tip: Never ever ever drop your book in the bath tub. Particular not when you are less than 20 pages before the end of a  book that you’ve been reading, pretty much non-stop, for 4.5 hours. Turning waterlogged pages may … Continue reading

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“Lady Midnight” by Cassandra Clare

I finished Lady Midnight this morning and I’m not entirely sure how I felt about the experience. There’s this thing that seems to happen to YA authors where, when they get popular, editors just let them do whatever they want, at the … Continue reading

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“Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer” by Rick Riordan

I’m going to be completely honest. If I hadn’t won this book at a Penguin YA event that I attended at the Brisbane City Library late last year, I would never have picked it up. I don’t know why. For … Continue reading

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