Sign outside Waterstones Gower Street
After the excitement of #UKYADay yesterday, today is the day for another bookish announcement.
I am very excited to be involved in the upcoming Countdown to the 5th June blog tour organised by Jim Dean – @YAyeahyeah. There are tons and tons of brilliant books due to be published on 5th June and this project plans to tell you all about them.
On Sunday 11th May I will be posting my interview with…
Today has been #UKYAday, a day organised by the wonderfully committed Lucy Powrie @LucytheReader over at Queen of Contemporary.
UKYA day is about promoting Young Adult literature by writers who were born in or now live in the UK. Lucy also runs @ProjectUKYA, hosts #ukyachat on twitter and has many many other fantastic ideas for continuing to promote UK Young Adult literature.
My blog post comes…
Did Pottermore put you in Hufflepuff? Excellent. Welcome to the best-kept secret of Hogwarts.
So I’ve been doing this thing where I binge read a bunch of YA novels, then NA novels, and back and forth. And it’s been a blast, and I’m really enjoying it, but the best part about it is I’ve…
Theo James Divergent stops by Live with Kelly and Micheal
Love his laugh, pity the role of Four doesn’t call for it much. Mind you his bloodiness has a certain appeal too.
I’m fundraising by volunteering to hold a tarantula - when I’m petrified of them - for Forest Holme Hospice Charity & I’d love your support to make my pain as worthwhile as possible! Text UKLM68 £1 to 70070 to sponsor me today. Thanks. http://www.justgiving.com/kirstyes
Facing my Boggart, Being Dauntless
#LittleInfinities TFIOS or The Fault in Our Stars is a book that says it’s okay to admit that having cancer and facing dying sucks. It’s okay to admit that it’s hard to deal with and to scream and cry snotty tears and it’s okay to take tiny steps to live life in the face of all that.
Can’t wait for the movie.