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A Darkness Strange and Lovely Giveaway

A Darkness Strange and Lovely—book 2 in the Something Strange and Deadly series–doesn’t release for another 5 months. Which means doing this giveaway is a wee bit early. But today is my BIRTHDAY, and as I told people last year, on my birthday I am automatically queen for a day. So, just like last year, I am… Giving away a SIGNED advanced copy of A Darkness Strange and Lovely. Clearly this is becoming a tradition! About the […]

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Interview with Katherine Marsh, author of Jepp, Who Defied The Stars

One of my favourite books of 2012 was Jepp, Who Defied The Stars, by the amazing Katherine Marsh. And I wasn’t alone in my love! Jepp was named a Wall Street Journal Best Children’s book of 2012, and a 2012 New York Times Notable Children’s Book! It received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and School Library Journal, and trust me, the list goes on. I truly, truly loved Jepp. I mean, I finished this book at 2:30am with […]

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Something Strange & Deadly Releases TODAY!

So, I don’t even know where to begin this post. Because today is such a monumentally awesome day that beginning with “HOORAY! SOMETHING STRANGE AND DEADLY BY SUSAN DENNARD IS NOW IN STORES!” seems…a little anticlimactic. For those of us at PC who were originally Let The Words Flow members, today is the culmination of nearly two years of waiting and waiting. When we first met Sooz in Fall 2010, she was about to query […]

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It’s my ARC, and I’ll give it away if I want to…

…give it away if I WAAAANT to! You’d give one away too if it happened TO YOU! Okay. Phew. Enough with the goofy “It’s My Party” rendition because this is no goofy situation, my friends. Not. At. All. In fact, it’s very, very, very serious. Tomorrow is my birthday. Birthdays are incredibly grave affairs in my book. I blame this attitude on my mother, who used to allow my siblings and me to be “Queen/King for […]

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Interview with A.C. Gaughen, author of Scarlet

About SCARLET… Many readers know the tale of Robin Hood, but they will be swept away by this new version full of action, secrets, and romance. Posing as one of Robin Hood’s thieves to avoid the wrath of the evil Thief Taker Lord Gisbourne, Scarlet has kept her identity secret from all of Nottinghamshire. Only the Hood and his band know the truth: the agile thief posing as a whip of a boy is actually […]

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