This is the very last guest blog at Girls Heart Books. So we’re going out with a bang. Instead of one fab author, we’re bring you two. They are (drum roll) sisters, Katharine and Elizabeth Corr. A huge welcome to GHB, girls. Your new book, The Witch’s Kiss looks awesome. Why we love witches by … Continue reading
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Orphan, only child, or family galore?
The tragic orphan is a common sight in children’s fiction. Harry Potter, Alex Rider, Pippi Longstocking, Mary Lennox: they’re all helpfully unencumbered by parents getting in the way of their adventures. They’re all also only children. No brothers or sisters. Just themselves, left to cope, nobly, alone, like heroes in books do. Reader: this isn’t … Continue reading
I have a sister. That’s her on the left, wearing the babygro. We look like the best of friends here, don’t we? Well, just fast-forward through the album about seven or eight years – after we’ve been sharing a room for a while – and you’d find a whole different set of facial expressions. I’d … Continue reading