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I’m back!

So, between one thing and another, I’ve gotten sick of not writing. I miss it. But I could never think of anything to write about. I’m one of those lame writers who can’t write without inspiration. Some people can write … Continue reading

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It’s that time again…

…time to do my New Year’s Resolutions.  And since this post kind of fulfils one of mine, I thought why not start here? I haven’t done one of these kinds of blog posts for some time. I really need to … Continue reading

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Beautiful People: February Edition

Beautiful People is a blogging concept I stumbled upon that was created by the lovely ladies of Paper Fury and  Further Up and Further In. Instead of being about characters that already exist in literature, this blog tag is about characters that … Continue reading

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The Best and the Worst of Literary Love

I think I just don’t like being told on which day I need to post a blog! But this particular Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the awesome The Broke and The Bookish, tickles me. Given that Valentine’s Day is only … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Book Tag

I am finally finished uni. And when I say finished, I mean for a whole YEAR. I don’t step foot back in a lecture theatre or tutorial room for a whole twelve months. I probably should go back next year, … Continue reading

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#11 “Being Jade” by Kate Belle

City of Heavenly Fire – Cassandra Clare Every Word – Ellie Marney Skinjob – Bruce McCabe i.     Bloodlines – Richelle Mead ii.   The Golden Lily – Richelle Mead iii. The Indigo Spell – Richelle Mead iv. The Fiery Heart – Richelle Mead Silver Shadows … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction

Do you guys know what flash fiction, or micro fiction, is? It’s stories that don’t span longer than approximately 300 words. It may sound easy, but to convey a whole story in such a small space is so much harder … Continue reading

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