Someone I Used to Know Spotlight Tour

Someone I Used to Know Spotlight Tour

From the award-winning author of Some Boys comes an unflinching examination of rape culture that delves into a family torn apart by sexual assault.  It’s been two years since the night that changed Ashley’s life. Two years since she was raped by her brother’s teammate. And a year since she sat in a court and watched as … Continue reading

The Secret Deep Blog Tour

The Secret Deep Blog Tour

FIRST IMPRESSIONS LAST By Lindsay Galvin, author of THE SECRET DEEP I have a bit of a thing for first lines. It started when I was preparing to submit my book and I discovered how many submissions agents receive. Some receive thousands per week. I realized my writing would be judged by an agent within minutes. … Continue reading

Interview with Elizabeth Wein

Interview with Elizabeth Wein

Before becoming a writer, Elizabeth Wein studied at Yale University and completed a PhD in Folklore at the University of Philadelphia. Her first book was published in 1993 and she has since written several novels for young adults including the award-winning and bestselling Code Name Verity. The much-anticipated prequel The Pearl Thief was published in 2017. Much of Elizabeth’s writing … Continue reading

Firebird by Elizabeth Wein

Firebird by Elizabeth Wein

Nastia is no traitor. She is a daring pilot, the daughter of revolutionaries, and now, as the Second World War descends on Russia, she must fight to save the glorious Motherland. But all is not as it seems, and when the battles begin, secrets are revealed and everything that she once knew is challenged… A … Continue reading

Behind Closed Doors – Guest Post by Miriam Halahmy

Behind Closed Doors – Guest Post by Miriam Halahmy

Guest Post by Miriam Halahmy  My new novel, Behind Closed Doors, (Firefly Press, July 2018) deals with the growing problem of teenage homelessness. According to the Joseph Rowntree Association, around 75,000 young people contact homeless services each year. The main trigger for youth homelessness is relationship breakdown. Young people are so vulnerable on the streets … Continue reading

Dis_Ability by Munir Zamir

Dis_Ability by Munir Zamir

An  exploration  of  disability,  its  social  perception  and  lived  experience,  from  a  poetic  and  personal  perspective I  was  born  different. I  wouldn’t  want  it  any  other  way. Dis_ability  is  an  influential  and  forceful  collection  of  poems  highlighting  the  need  for  genuine  social  and  ethical  change  in  order  for  differences  to  be  understood  as  something  to  … Continue reading

Access All Awkward #BlogTour

Access All Awkward #BlogTour

Bella Fisher is stuck in EXAM HELL – with only the promise of a weekend at the RebelRocks festival with her mates as a reward afterwards. OK, so she can’t actually afford a ticket and will have to work as a litter picker and toilet scrubber, but it’s still going to be epic: the best … Continue reading

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp

Best friends Corey and Kyra were inseparable in their snow-covered town of Lost Creek, Alaska. When Corey moves away, she makes Kyra promise to stay strong during the long, dark winter, and wait for her return. Just days before Corey is to return home to visit, Kyra dies. Corey is devastated―and confused. The entire Lost … Continue reading