Don’t miss new YA imprint Ink Road @inkroadbooks @bwpublishing

I’m giving a shout out to new YA imprint Ink Road (from independent Scottish publishers Black & White Publishing). Why today?  because the first of their titles is published so a very exciting time! I love the logo and tagline:   I love the contemporary font, tagline and the starkness of colour.  The message to me is that this imprint is here for the long haul! As readers we all know…

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Stationery Love with YA/Children’s Author Suzanna Williams

Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us. My guest today has a split personality … Suzie writes YA fiction books as Suzanna Williams and books for children as SuzieW.  If you take part in the Talk of the Town linky you would have seen the fabulous posts Suzie links.  Check out her colourful notebooks, pencils and sticky notes…

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Children’s Fiction | The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson

The Goldfish Boy is one of those novels that I think everyone should read.  Known as the ‘secret illness,’ debut author Lisa Thompson brings the reality of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder to the public in a way that can be understood by all.  She demystifies through main character Matthew and I can guarantee you will take Matthew to heart as much as I did.   Paperback: 400 pages Age Range: 9 –…

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High Fantasy | Ashael Rising | Q&A Shona Kinsella

I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour today for Shona Kinsella’s high fantasy debut, Ashael Rising, organised by Jenny at Neverland Blog Tours. Shona is chatting to us today about research, which character she would be and more.  There’s a fabulous tourwide giveaway too so don’t miss out!   Shona Kinsella is a fantasy author who lives near the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, in the…

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