8th April, 2013

April: Page to Screen

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Hi Blogverse!

Hope you’re all well. This month is ‘Page to Screen’ month. Books that have been turned into films are often heavily criticised by readers because no director can get into your head and reproduce the fictional world you imagined. However,…

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6th April, 2013

Webster Chatters Women Writers

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Webster: Hey guys, the first question I have to ask you, not because I don’t know but because you were naughty and didn’t tell people at the beginning of the month, but what was your monthly theme last month and why?

Rhianna:Last month we had our theme…

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28th March, 2013

Webster Chatters Humour

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Hi everyone, Webster here.

I’m really sorry for the long delay for this interview – I had Spider Flu.

Webster: Anyway, how was humour month?
StefaniHumour month was fine. I suppose it was a bit difficult at first because humour is subjective but overall it…

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10th February, 2013

February: Humour

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There is something about an open ended theme like humour that makes picking books simultaneously easy and impossible. And yet, this month we have decided the thin line between easy and impossible needed to be walked.

I’ve been looking forward to humour…

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3rd February, 2013

Webster Chatters Young Adult

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Webster: Hi literary lesbians! Hello readers! Welcome back to Webster Chatters. This month we have the very special guest topic of young adult. In spiderworld we don’t really have the young adult genre, so can you explain it to me briefly?

Rhianna:I…

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The Reformed Vampire Support Group review.There was once a beautiful, stong and sexy vampire. She killed bad guys and kissed the good ones.…View Post

The Reformed Vampire Support Group review.

There was once a beautiful, stong and sexy vampire. She killed bad guys and kissed the good ones.…

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24th January, 2013

Tomorrow When the War Began Series Review

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Hi blogverse!

How are you all? It’s Rhianna here. I should admit to you all now that I’ve been behaving badly. Rather than read lots of different kinds of books in the category of YA fiction I’ve been reading a series. Bad Literary Lesbian. To make up for…

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14th January, 2013

Artemis Fowl reviewPart of my Young Adult month reading.
I’ve skimmed a few of the reviews of Artemis Fowl and the…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Artemis Fowl review

Part of my Young Adult month reading.

I’ve skimmed a few of the reviews of Artemis Fowl and the…

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13th January, 2013

Webster Chatters Dystopia

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Hello again everyone, it’s Webster here interviewing the literary lesbians to see how the got on with dystopia month. This is the start of a monthly column where I interrogate the girls on their monthly reading.

Webster: What books did you read for…

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6th January, 2013

January: Young Adult Month

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Hi Blogverse!

I hope you’re all well. Have you made new year’s resolutions? We have decided to read 75 books each this year while completing our reading challenges (see the pages tabs for more on this). There are a few more challenges we’ve added but the…

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