I’m so excited today to welcoming Nova Ren Suma, the author of the beautiful and haunting Imaginary Girls, to Not Enough Bookshelves. Imaginary Girls is one of my favourite books of 2011 and definitely the most¬†original. You can read my review here.¬†Nova was kind enough to take some time to answer my questions. I hope

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Thursday, 3 March 2011 Interview with Melina Marchetta I am so excited to welcome one of my favourite authors to the blog today. Melina Marchetta is the author of The Piper’s Son, Saving Francesca, Finnikin of the Rock, Looking for Alibrandi, and Printz award winning Jellicoe Road. She was kind enough to answer some questions

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Today I am delighted to welcome Stephanie Perkins to the blog. Stephanie is the author of one of my Top Ten books of the year, Anna and the French Kiss. Reasons you absolutely, positively must read it, can be found here. She was kind enough to answer a few of my questions. Hope you enjoy

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I really enjoyed I Now Pronounce You Someone Else so I am delighted to welcome its author Erin McCahan to the blog today. Erin was kind enough to answer some questions about her book for me. 1) In a sentence tell us about I Now Pronounce You Someone Else. When 18-year-old Bronwen Oliver discovers the

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If you’ve read my review you’ll know I found Grace by Elizabeth Scott a haunting and difficult read but one I highly recommend. This book sparked so many emotions in me, as well as a whole host of questions and Elizabeth Scott was kind enough to answer some. Enjoy. What made you want to write

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