MORGAN OWEN: THE BEST YA DEBUTS OF 2022

Hello everybody! Blogmas is sadly over, but I do have one last bonus post from 2022 debut YA author Morgan Owen to share with you before we call time properly. Onto the post!


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My Favourite Books with Scottish Settings by Lindsay Littleson

Hello everybody, and happy Hogmanay! For the first post of the last day of blogmas, we have author Lindsay Littleson here to recommend books set in Scotland. Onto the post!


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Creating New Festive Traditions with Rachel Delahaye

Hello everybody! For today’s second post, we have the wonderful Rachel Delahaye, who has written about the new festive traditions she thinks her characters might create. Onto the post!


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Books I’d gift my characters this Christmas by Louise Finch

Hello everybody! Today, for blogmas day 28’s first post , we have YA author Louise Finch with a post about the books she’d have given her characters as Christmas presents. Onto the post!


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Kate Foster’s Favourite Books of 2022

Hello everybody, and happy Boxing day! As a golden blogmas is continuing on until the 31st December this year, we still have a few more days to go. Hopefully you’ll all still be on board with the Christmassy vibes!

Today’s is a post from Kate Foster, who has written about books she hoped people would find under their tree (or, now Christmas is over, you could buy with vouchers or money!). Onto the post!


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Christmas Morning in Everspring by Rebecca King

Hello everybody! For the second post of Christmas day, we have a piece from 2022 debut author Rebecca King, about what Christmas would be like in her world and the presents her characters would give one another. Onto the post!


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Charlie Frith’s Haunted Christmas by Rosie Talbot

Hello everybody! Who’s ready for some late night blogmas action? This is a post from Rosie Talbot, author of the rather spooky Sixteen Souls, so it only felt right to hold it back till a bit later in the day. Onto the post!


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Christmas crackers for Alice and co! by Emily Kenny

Hello everybody! I can hardly believe that it’s Christmas Eve Eve, and that we only have just over a week left of 31 days of blogmas. Today’s (first) post is from Emily Kenny, author of the wonderful Extraordinary Adventures of Alice Tonks. Onto the post!


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A Christmas Interview with my Main Character by Fleur Hitchcock

Hello everybody! In the next few days, we’ll hopefully be having a few posts each days (like we did at the start of the month to build some hype), as we’re now SO CLOSE to Christmas. Today’s first is from Fleur Hitchcock, who has written an interview style piece with her main character from her latest release Murder at Snowfall. Onto the post!


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Christmas Has Always Been a Magical Time for Writers by Catherine Yardley

Hello everybody! Another later one today, again, my apologies! Today’s post is from Catherine Balavage Yardley, who has written about why she thinks this is such a special time of year. Onto the post!


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