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The official MELANCHOLY: BOOK TWO OF THE CURE blog tour!

March 26, 2015 by
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We’re really excited to be launching Melancholy: Book Two of the Cure by Charlotte McConaghy. So excited that we’ve gone ahead and organised a blog tour! Join us for excerpts, giveaways, guest posts and more! OFFICIAL TOUR SCHEDULE: Monday April 6th – Living in our own story Tuesday April 7th – YA Bookworm Blogger Wednesday April 8th – Smokin Hot Bloggers Thursday April 9th – Thoughts By J Thursday April 9th – EPISODE 1 RELEASED! Friday April 10th – Urban...

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Cover reveal: State of Emergency by Steve P. Vincent

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What is the true cost of security? Amid a wave of unprecedented terrorist attacks on American soil, a panicked and inexperienced president declares a state of emergency and hands over control of the country to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The quiet and unassuming Administrator Hall soon becomes the most powerful man in America. Determined to stop the attacks, Hall enforces his order across the US, using a newly empowered State Guard to deal with anyone who gets in...

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Change is Good

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If characters stay the same their actions are usually predictable and stories can lack edge and excitement. That isn’t always a bad thing: Winnie the Pooh is always going to like honey and be gently philosophical. That’s his thing and it works for him. However, for humans, change is natural and inevitable as we adapt to new situations. A classic way to show this is to have a character enjoy a thing, almost to the point of obsession at the...

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If Social Media Sites Were Objects from Harry Potter

March 19, 2015 by
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I absolutely adore the Harry Potter books (said a huge percentage of the world’s literate population), and relate nearly everything in my life to them, whether it be sorting my friends into Houses—I have a lot of friends in Slytherin, think what you will—finding parallels to my love life within its pages, and even throwing themed parties complete with self-brewed Butterbeer. It’s not strange, therefore, that I found a  way to work Harry Potter into the world of social media,...

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