I liked this interview with Ruth Warburton at Chicklish, part of the Project UKYA tour. I finished reading Witch Finder for this month’s Bookish Brits Book Club on Saturday, and I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to reading the other Witch books now. A Company of Swans is on my TBR, so it’s great to see it get an enthusiastic mention!
I bookmarked this list a while ago, but I decided it needed a re-read now that I’ve started vlogging: 12 Tricks To Looking Awesome On Video.
Psychology in YA – Identity is a great start to the new Psychology in YA series (it better be a series, it’s such a good idea!) at Fluttering Butterflies.
Reviews responsible for the sharp increase in the size of my wishlist this fortnight:
Beauty’s Daughter: The Story of Hermione and Helen of Troy, by Carolyn Meyer, at Bookish
Boys Don’t Knit, by T.S. Easton, at SisterSpooky
The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender, by Leslye Walton, at SisterSpooky
Being Sloane Jacobs, by Lauren Morrill, at Rather Be Reading
Magic Marks the Spot, by Caroline Carlson, at Lunar Rainbows
Please Ignore Vera Dietz, by A.S. King, at Fluttering Butterflies
Ruby Red, by Kerstin Gier, at The Pewter Wolf
Seraphina, by Rachel Hartman, at The Bookette
Have you read any great posts that I’ve missed?