💐A character that has the same initials as me is Nora 😍 only the first initial but still! I don’t think anyone has the same initial as me because mine are weird 😂
💐this also kind of goes with the second prompt which is make a book into a movie and I think this one will be a movie soon 😍
💐QOTD: what’s a character that has the same initials as you? 😊
Have you read Love, Lie, Repeat?
I have exciting news! I have interviewed Catherine Greer, Author of Love, Lie, Repeat. @catherinegreersydney
Catherine is an inspiration. I loved her honest answers that show her true zest for life. Not only does Catherine have a talent and passion for writing, she also loves blogging, baking, dancing and enjoyed being an English teacher. Her online writing course is one that I hope to enrol in.
Catherine states 'I love writing. I love the process. I love the privacy of creation, and the joy of it. At that moment, what exists in my mind is being born on the page and no one can criticise it or judge its merits. It’s just me, my crazy-beautiful brain, my laptop, and the thing I know I was born to do.' To read more, please visit my blog www.chapterichi.com
Thank you again Catherine for taking to chat with me. I am enjoying following your blog and look forward to reading more of your work in the future. ❤️ #yafiction #youngadultfiction#australianauthors#aussiereader#aussieauthors#bookblogger#bookblogging#bookstagrammer#bibliophile#bookreview#bookreviewer#chapterichi
It's World Down Syndrome Day and we are celebrating the extra chromosome and offering this book for just £5 (usually £7.99). Rosie is strong, independent, funny knows her own mind and loves Jack... Oh and incidentally has Down Syndrome. See the world through new eyes in this one-in-a-million story. “A story about the power of love and the importance of remembering that those with disabilities should not be defined by them.”
Mail on Sunday (YA Book of the Month, Sept. 2018)
What would you do if you got to the Gates of Heaven and some grumpy, old man told you, "You can't come in?" Melanie gets to find out that getting into Heaven, or even getting to her interview is not going to be as easy as she thought. Who knew you needed a number just to get a seat?
Into The Wishing Well by D Glenn Casey
Available as ebook and paperback at Amazon and Barnes & Noble and other online book sellers.
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Escape from the Kingdom of Agress from Kings of Rilanda by Jedakiah Holland
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Raymond E Feist my personal favourite 💛 Magician 💛
My WIP is so long that I have to draft in a different document
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I have been kinda productive, not in writing yet, but in school work. It gave me a bit of energy to actually get something done. I also got a haircut so I'm excited and happy now. I can't wait to write a bit
“It’s not every day when people who are lost find a way to be lost together.”
― Katie McGarry, Only a Breath Apart
I adore a deep feeling romance and Katie McGarry is fabulous at writing them! Jesse and Scarlett were childhood best friends, both with troubled families, until high school when Jesse pushes Scarlett away to the point they are no longer on speaking terms. Now the summer before their senior year, they’re forced back together by circumstances beyond either of their control. Set in small town Kentucky, with farming and folklore, curses and palm reading, small churches and last names that give you a reputation. It sounds cliche, but this book is the perfect example of heartbreaking and hopeful! 4/5 ❤️s! -
Who are some of your favorite contemporary romance authors?!? 📖
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“My hope is that a person’s past doesn’t have to define their future.”
― Sarah Carlson, All the Walls of Belfast
Thank you so much @sjcarlsonauthor and @turnerpub for sending me a copy of All the Walls of Belfast. This incredibly well written debut, alternates between Fiona and Danny’s perspectives in post-conflict Belfast (Northern Ireland) on opposite sides of the peace wall. Although set in 2012, it reads more like historical fiction. In the acknowledgments, Carlson says she hopes to “expand readers’ worldviews and challenge their thinking.” I think this is a noble reason to write, especially a debut YA novel, and it definitely fulfilled that purpose for me. 4/5 ❤️s! There’s a link in my bio to learn more about the book or purchase a copy and I’ve included the synopsis below in the comments. AND I’ve partnered with the author to giveaway a copy of the book, details below:
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What country have you NOT travelled to that you would love to see someday? 🌎
Jack Ellison King. King of Almost.
He almost made valedictorian.
He almost made varsity.
He almost got the girl . . .
Opposite of Always by @justinwritesya hits shelves March 5th, but I was lucky enough to receive a copy from @epicreads and let me tell you… I adored Jack King! I posted my favorite quote and a mini-review in the comments. And @epicreads and HarperCollins Publishers are hosting a sweepstakes to give 25 LUCKY WINNERS a copy of the book and three custom book-themed pennants (see my story for a picture of these!). Visit the link in my bio to enter & for official rules. Open to US residents 13+ only. Enter by 3/1/2019. #sponsored
When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their favorite flicks, Jack knows he’s falling—hard. Soon she’s meeting his best friends, Jillian and Franny, and Kate wins them over as easily as she did Jack. Jack’s curse of almost is finally over.
But this love story is . . . complicated. It is an almost happily ever after. Because Kate dies. And their story should end there. Yet Kate’s death sends Jack back to the beginning, the moment they first meet, and Kate’s there again. Beautiful, radiant Kate. Healthy, happy, and charming as ever. Jack isn’t sure if he’s losing his mind. Still, if he has a chance to prevent Kate’s death, he’ll take it. Even if that means believing in time travel. However, Jack will learn that his actions are not without consequences. And when one choice turns deadly for someone else close to him, he has to figure out what he’s willing to do—and let go—to save the people he loves.
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Remember that last bound manuscript of THE GIRL THE SEA GAVE BACK that I said I’m giving away? It’s going out to a newsletter subscriber with the March Newsletter this week! Click the link in my profile to subscribe if you haven’t already & then open the newsletter when it comes in a few days to see if you won! ALSO...if you’re an aspiring author, I’m sharing something special for you in this issue. I’ll be talking more about it in the next couple of days so stay tuned.🖤
It’s been SO FUN seeing these copies of TGTSGB pop up online from all the Goodreads Giveaways winners! Official ARCs are coming soon and they are SO pretty. Can’t wait to show them to you! 🌊