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From True Crime to Fiction

Today’s blog is written by Gregg Olsen, author of new YA thriller RUN. His background is in True Crime, and here he talks about how his research has informed his fiction… I’ve lived a life of crime. Not committing any, of course, but talking to those people who have. The…

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#LiarsLiveRead

Today is not your average Thursday – because today is also the UK publication day of E. Lockhart’s WE WERE LIARS! *throws 99 red balloons* We’ve written before about how this book quite literally swept us away when it first came in on submission – there was dead silence in…

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Behind the Scenes with Dawn O'Porter & the 2014 GOOSE Tour

 BOOK TOUR! It’s one of the best parts of being in sales, marketing or PR. You’ll probably end up spending lots of time on trains and eating too many frazzles/ drinking too much coffee – but actually getting to meet the booksellers, librarians and fans who love the books you’re working…

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My Enemy's Eyes

Today’s post comes from Ellen Renner, who’s new novel TRIBUTE comes out next week. To celebrate its publication, Ellen has written a special short story to introduce to a world where magic is power, and the non-magical majority are oppressed and enslaved… Story ideas come from anywhere and everywhere. You glimpse…

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Writing Tips from Yangsze Choo

Yangsze Choo’s debut novel THE GHOST BRIDE is an intricately woven tale of seventeen year old Li Lan, weaving together traditional Malayan folklore and superstition with ghostly happenings. With so many different layers to the story, we thought who better to run the #WritingClinic this week? Here are a pick of Yangsze’s…

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