I've got a 'real books vs e-books' post planned out, complete with photos, but feeling too lousy to write it at the moment!
Luckily, if you desperately want to read something by me (am I being optimistic here?!) I've had the honour of featuring on TWO great blogs in the last week or so.
Nicole from Word For Teens was kind enough to ask me to participate in her brilliant Characterize series of posts - head over there if you want to see my thoughts on the title character of Rick Yancey's wonderful Monstrumologist series. Take a look at the rest, as well! I think my favourite so far is Sean Ferrell's brilliant piece on Neville Longbottom, but I'm thrilled to have been asked to contribute alongside Julie Kagawa, Nova Ren Suma and Siobhan Vivian along with some fab book bloggers!
Also, the fabulous ladies from UKYA - Keris Stainton, Susie Day, and Keren David - asked me to take part in their UKYA Top Ten series! Check it out here. I'm guessing everyone who reads the blog will know what my number one pick was, as I haven't shut up about it all year. Again, some brilliant people taking part, including Luisa Plaja, Hayley Long, Sue Ransom, Savita Kalhan, Tanya Byrne, Zoe Marriott, Miriam Halahmy, Andy Robb, Keris Stainton herself, and some of my favourite book bloggers - Jessie from Books 4 Teens, Cicely from Cicely Loves Books, Kirsty from the Overflowing Library, Caitlin from the Cait Files, Emma from Book Angel Booktopia, Laura of Sister Spooky (who's like a brilliant guest-posting machine - check out her fabulous piece on funny YA contemporary books on my other blog!), and Raimy from Readaraptor.
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