That’s right folks, Easter Readathon is back. I set this up last year as the first readathon I’ve ever hosted, and I enjoyed it so much that I’ve decided to run it again this year. How It Works Easter Readathon will run from Friday 19th to Monday 22nd April, over the holiday weekend. That’s four full… Continue reading Easter Readathon // It’s back for a second year with challenges and a giveaway
Yes, friends, I can’t believe it either. I’ve been nominated four UKYABAs and I am actually deceased. The UKYABAs, or UK Young Adult Book Awards, are annual YA blogging awards, where you can nominate/vote for UK bloggers who deserve recognition for their content and work in the book community. These are the categories for nominations:… Continue reading The UKYABAs // I’m nominated for four awards?!
Yes friends, this month, I’m taking part in TWO different reading challenges. They both sounded so good and I couldn’t choose between then, so I thought: The challenges I’m doing are: Aro Ace April, run by Imi @ImiReviewsBooks and Ellie @FaerieontheShelf #ARCAttack run by Vicky @WhatVickyRead The aim of Aro Ace April is to read… Continue reading April 2019 TBR // Aro Ace April and #ARCAttack
This month my TBR is mainly F/F books, because I’m taking part in F/F February. F/F Feb is a month dedicated to reading sapphic books of any kind, and is hosted by Imi @ImiReviewsBooks and Ellie @FaerieOntheShelf. You can read their reading challenge announcement post here, but the aim is basically to read some F/F fiction.… Continue reading F/F February TBR // Reading challenge announcement
Today I’m really excited to be working with Andersen Press to reveal the UK cover for a highly anticipated new fantasy novel. It’s the secret manuscript I’ve been dropping hints about for weeks on Instagram and I’m thrilled to finally be able to reveal it. Andersen kindly gifted me a free advance review copy of… Continue reading Cover reveal // Courting Darkness by Robin LaFevers
It’s an exciting day in the writing world, as The BBC National Short Story Award and BBC Young Writers’ Award opened submissions for 2019, with broadcaster Nikki Bedi chairing next year’s judging panel. Nikki’s counterpart on the BBC Young Writers’ Award (YWA) is BBC Radio 1 presenter Katie Thistleton, who will chair the judging panel for the… Continue reading BBC National Short Story Award and Young Writers’ Award judging panel revealed
The winner of the 2018 BBC Young Writers’ Award with First Story and Cambridge University (YWA) was announced last night (Tuesday 2nd October) on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row. The winner, with her story ‘Under a Deep Blue Sky’, was Davina Bacon from Cambridgeshire. Her short story was a raw and emotionally powerful tale about a… Continue reading BBC Young Writers’ Award winner announced
The BBC Young Writers’ Award is a short story competition that gives teenage writers aged between 14 and 18 the chance to submit their fiction for the chance to have their story broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and read by a top actor (previous actors have included Sir Ian McKellen and Daisy Ridley). The winner will… Continue reading BBC Young Writers’ Award shortlist announcement