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Stephanie Marie Aug 16
I'm excited for Dare You to Lie to come out! It's a YA mystery and thriller being released September 4th.
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Thewriteread Aug 11
Can I ask a favour of all our awesome followers can you all retweet this for us please much love 😘😘😘
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Rachel Burge πŸ‚ Aug 13
I sent my proof corrections off to today – so the next time I see my words, they will be in a book! Thought I’d mark the occasion with a little video – and give you a peek at my office at the same time.
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Sarah Hocut Aug 12
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Sylvia Mercedes Aug 9
! Let's talk about favorite reads! To get the discussion started: What are you currently reading? What's the best book you've read in 2018? What's your favorite book of all time?
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Darlene Campos Aug 15
6 years ago, I had a fiction class with two classmates who'd regularly tell me my work was complete garbage and I should consider never again. Today, I'm an author of 2 with , writing a 3rd, & I was on the radio yesterday. Time changes stuff.
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M.J. Rocissono Aug 11
- Beyond the Wicked Willow: Chronicles of a Teenage Witchslayer "Rocissono very capably manages to immerse the reader in the fantasy world of medieval Italy."
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David A. Robertson Aug 16
Replying to @DaveAlexRoberts
I'm already done book 3, Ghosts, and I can't tell you how excited I am about the journey Cole is going on. Really, learning to live with mental health issues, and how to be a superhero despite those struggles. Strong, not weak.
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Holly Aug 13
All the books that I have read on holiday! I seem to read way more when I'm away. What is your reading schedule like whilst on holiday?
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Theresa Verboort Aug 9
My YA novel, "The Communing Tree," is on Amazon. An exciting read, about Judith and Kali, sisters, who are trapped alone in the Kalmiopsis Wilds of southern Oregon. Their survival & eventual triumph will keep you interested to the end.
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Chloe Smith Aug 12
I'm planning another book right now the protagonists are 18 - will the book still be classed as YA due to their ages, or will it be something else? (They were originally 20/21 respectively but I thought that was too old for the genre). I'd love to hear people's thoughts
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IslandTreesLibrary Aug 16
We have new available including 's The Darkest Legacy, , ' The Cheerleaders and more!
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Holly Aug 17
99 Days by . One of my all time favourite authors. I absolutely loved the characters in this book and cannot wait to read the sequel, 9 Days and 9 Nights!
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Amber might be buried in edits Aug 14
This week is packed with awesome releases! up you list with these titles from amazing debut authors!
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Maggie Wickham πŸ“š Aug 16
With summer coming to a close for FCPS teachers tomorrow, I have officially read 33 books this summer! I’ve hit a bit of a reading slump recently; hopefully I can get back into it and recommend these new 8th graders awesome books!
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Natalie Murray Aug 16
AUTHOR LIFE Worn pages of star-crossed love, all-time OTPs, anything Tudor, and my own special love story.
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Rachel Burge πŸ‚ Aug 10
Chapter header art being drawn for my YA novel out soon with . How talented - and fast! - is ?
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booksartsjunkie Aug 14
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Zaire Lee Aug 16
The actual final version of my map. I had to redraw so I could scan it in without missing anything. Β Β 
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David Fickling Books Aug 13
We had the award-winning Linda Newbery come in to sign copies of THE KEY TO FLAMBARDS - the sequel to K.M. Peyton’s legendary series, publishing on 4 October!
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