Bookish and Blogish News (#35)

Bookish and Blogish news is my weekly wrap up of the news around the YA industry and my blog this week. This includes cover reveals, new book announcements, new author sign ups, book trailers, blog tours and more. I hope you enjoy!

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Trailer: Silent Saturday by Helen Grant

The trailer for the new book from Helen Grant, Silent Saturday was released this week, it looks creepy and atmospheric and definitely has me intrigued by the book itself! 
Goodreads summary:
Seventeen-year-old Veerle is frustrated with life in suburban Brussels. But a chance encounter with a hidden society, whose members illegally break into unoccupied buildings around the city, soon opens up a whole new world of excitement – and danger.

When one of the society’s founding members disappears, Veerle suspects foul play. But nothing can prepare her for the horror that is about to unfold when an old foe emerges from the shadows… No one is safe, and The Hunter will strike again…
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Author Allsorts blog
There’s a new blog in town and its called Author Allsorts. This has been developed by upcoming authors Emma Pass, Kate Ormand and others. I can’t wait to see what the site has in its plans once it launches properly on April 1st. Head on over to Author Allsorts to find out more! 
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Read the Prologue of Teardrop by Lauren Kate
If you head on over the the Entertainment Weekly site you can read the prologue of  Fallen author, Lauren Kate’s new book, Teardrop. I love the Fallen series and I am looking forward to this one a lot, head on over to EW to read the prologue now. 
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Cover Reveal: Soul Storm by Kate Harrison 
Omgosh. I LOVE That tagline. I love the Soul Beach trilogy so far and really want to know how the story ends. The trilogy is a contemporary romance with an interesting almost supernatural twist and its very unique. This cover is a great addition to the series and matches it really well. 
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Waterstones Children’s book prize announced
So you all probably know that Annabel Pitcher, author of My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece and Ketchup Clouds, won the Waterstones Children’s Book of the Year award, overall and in the 12-16 category for Ketchup Clouds. However, you may not have seen this fantastic video made by 16 year old Francesca Rogers which was posted on the Waterstones Blog:
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Thats everything from me, except to let you all know that I’m on the move next weekend. I am moving house and whilst its exceptionally stressful and will result in not a much reading time, I can’t wait. However it means that there will be some internet downtime… I have reviews and the like scheduled but I wont be posting anything next Saturday or Sunday and I may not be able to respond to comments or emails. I hope you all have a lovely Easter weekend and have some happy readings! 
  • I haven’t read any of the Fallen series but I’m curious about Teardrop, the cover is so pretty too 🙂
    Good luck moving house. I understand how stressful it can be – we’ll look forward to when you get back!