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Author Spotlight

The Paper & Hearts Society: Life in Lockdown Short Story

Author of The Paper & Hearts Society Lucy Powrie has written as exclusive short story for BKMRK, inspired by the lockdown life we’re currently living.   ‘Hi, Gran!’ Tabby tried to keep her voice steady […]

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Sophie Gonzales: My favourite complicated romances in YA

Sophie Gonzales, author of the utterly joyful queer reimagining of Grease, Only Mostly Devastated, on her favourite complicated romances in YA books.   Only Mostly Devastated follows the complicated relationship between Ollie and Will. When […]

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Dean Atta: On Writing The Black Flamingo

Poet Dean Atta talks about the experience of writing his award-winning debut novel in verse, The Black Flamingo, and the impact he hopes it will have on readers.   Thank you so much for reading The […]

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Brittney Morris: Why I Wrote SLAY

Read Brittney Morris’ letter to readers about what inspired her to write her debut novel, SLAY.   Thank you so much for reading SLAY and for supporting me on my journey as a debut YA […]

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Rebecca Sky: Top 5 Greek Myths Linked to Arrowheart & Heartstruck

Rebecca Sky, author of Arrowheart and Heartstruck in The Love Curse series tells us about the Top 5 Greek Myths that tied into her books. Growing up we didn’t have a TV at home, so […]

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Top 5 Reads That Inspired The Sharp Edge of a Snowflake

Bestselling Icelandic author, Sif Sigmarsdóttir shares the top 5 reads that inspired her to write her Nordic thriller, The Sharp Edge of a Snowflake.   They say that you are what you eat. They also […]

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Nikesh Shukla: On Writing The Boxer

Nikesh Shukla, author of Run Riot and The Good Immigrant, tells BKMRK how he came about writing his latest YA book The Boxer, his feelings towards it, and why the story is more important to […]

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Juno Dawson: Why I Wrote Meat Market

  Read Juno Dawson’s letter to readers about what inspired her to write her latest novel, Meat Market.   Thank you for reading MEAT MARKET. I hope you enjoy it. For me, it was a […]

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10 Things You NEED to know about The Boy Who Steals Houses

CG Drews tells us 10 things we NEED to know about her latest YA novel, The Boy Who Steals Houses:   1) It’s a genderbent Goldilocks retelling! I’ve always been somewhat obsessed with retellings and […]

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Teri Terry: On FATED

Teri Terry, author of the bestselling Slated trilogy, tells us why she decided to write her latest book Fated …   My tenth book, Fated, is out in the UK NOW! I’m so excited to […]

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UK Exclusive Q&A with Leigh Bardugo

As so many of you have already devoured the epic King of Scars, we thought it was only fair to share with you an exclusive Q&A with Leigh Bardugo.    Here Leigh answers some Grishaverse-related […]

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Lydia Ruffles: Colour Me In ON LOCATION

Lydia Ruffles, author of The Taste of Blue Light and Colour Me In, takes us on a tour of some of the places that inspired her second book.   Colour Me In is about friendship […]

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