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    Siobhan Curham on Finding Your Inner Cherokee

    Today I have a guest post for you from Siobhan Curham, author of some fantastic books including Finding Cherokee Brown and Dear Dylan. These books were fiction novels aimed at the teen market and really hit the nail on the head when it came to real teen issues.  Siobhan’s new book is related closely to Finding Cherokee Brown but is a non-fiction title dealing with the very real issues surrounding bullying. It publishing this week to coincide with National Anti-Bullying Week and Siobhan is my guest today to tell you more!   *** In March of this year, my novel Finding Cherokee Brown was published. Finding Cherokee Brown tells the…

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    Bookish News

    Hello All,Just a quick one this week as I have so much to do, I really need more hours in the day! I have trailers and a couple of bits of news for you all, wooop! *** Seraphina – Rachel Hartman OK, so I showed you a trailer for this a few weeks back, so I won’t show you that again, if you missed it though, please go here! For other news though, the author, Rachel Hartman, has released a prequel to Seraphina entitled Seraphina: The Audition! You can read it via Scribd by going to this link. *** The Forsaken – Lisa M Stasse This sounds really interesting but…

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    The Plight and Plot of Princess Penny – Michael Mullin

    “This is the story of Penny Lemieux Most of its strange, but all of its true. Or perhaps that should read the opposite way. We won’t ever be certain. (well… at least not today.)” Penny was the princess of a land far away, she doesn’t know far from what, but what she does know is that life should be fun and happiness for a princess. Yet Penny’s life was far from happy, she was all alone, alone with the rumours about her vainness. But all these rumours were started by the same person, and Penny had had enough. Darcy DeLupus was the Queen Bee at school and after years of…

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    Skid Out – Ann Marie Frohoff

    “Have you ever wished you could take back a night? Wished you could at least forget it ever happened? That’s how I felt, watching Rachel whiz around my bedroom. My head throbbed and I wanted to barf. Too much booze had me in a black hole and I’d hooked up with Rachel.” Jake is a 17 year old front man in an up-coming band. He’s well on his way to becoming something big. Aly is his 14 year old neighbour who has just realised how hot the boy next door is… and can’t believe that he’s talking to her, yet alone seems to be quite friendly with it. With a…

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    A Collection of Stories for Demented Children – John H Carroll

    “Emo the Bunny was sad. It wasn’t that he didn’t have anybody to play with; it was that he didn’t want to play at all. While other bunnies were dancing, thumping, and hopping all about, Emo preferred to lie in a dark corner and twitch his nose.” “Five short stories combined into one collection, written for demented children and adults too. Follow the tales of anti-heroes through misadventures and mishaps. Emo bunnies, zombies, rainbows, an unholy cow and sugar plum fairies dance across the pages. Caution, these stories are not for the sane of heart.” (Taken from Goodreads) *** I bought this one on my kindle, actually I got “The…