Hello everybody! Today, I have another review post for you, which this time features some early 2022 releases I was lucky enough to be sent by the respective publishers. I was also going to include a couple of others that were ones I had bought/won in a giveaway but life has gotten a bit stressful now I’m due back at uni on Monday so sadly I’ve not had time to devour as many as I’d hoped these past few days. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be part of Tasha Harrison’s blog tour for Clementine Florentine, with a guest post from the author about why she thinks funny poetry is essential; a sentiment I couldn’t agree with more. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! So, I decided that it would work better for me to wait a few days into the New Year before writing this and I’m really glad I did, so I think it’ll be a little later than I used to do it every year from now on, around the 5th kind of time.
I have written answers to this tag (originally by Perpetual Page Turner) every year since I’ve had my blog and it takes AGES, but it’s great to have them to look back on, so I hope people enjoy reading them as well. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m sharing my last review post of 2021 with you, and they’re all middle grade fantasy/speculative books, although by absolute coincidence, several of them are also Christmassy or wintry. I was delighted by how many of these I adored, since it means we’re ending my review year on a real high (although I’ll be sharing reviews of some other 2021 reads in January too, of other things I read over the festive period). Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, it is the final (official) day of a Golden Christmas, and we have 2021 debut author Richard Pickard here to tell us what Christmas is like in the setting of The Peculiar Tale of the Tentacle Boy. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, we have another brilliant author here with a guest post, this time by Jennifer Killick. I’ve been reading Jennifer’s books since I started blogging in 2017 and I absolutely adore them, so it was such a pleasure to read and get to host this post about her Christmas tree. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, for a Golden Christmas day 17, I am unbelievably excited to be bringing you another short story, which was written by the wonderful Elle McNicoll, with characters you’re sure to recognise. I absolutely loved reading this when Elle sent it to me, and I hope you do too. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, we’re joined by Pip Murphy, who’s written many books, but most recently some younger middle grade mysteries set in Cornwall, for a Christmassy Q and A. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, for blogmas day 15, we have another 2021 debut author, Clare Povey, who’s written a post about the gifts she’d like to give all her characters. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody, and welcome to day 13 of blogmas! Given the associations with the number 13, today’s post just had to be the one by 2021 debut author Alex Foulkes, who’s written a piece about how it’s okay to be creepy at Christmas time. Onto the post!
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