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KidLit Book Review: Begone the Raggedy Witches by Celine Kiernan

Originally posted on Spooky KidLit:
Synopsis On the night that Aunty dies, the raggedy witches come for Mup’s family. Pale, cold, and relentless, the witches will do anything for the tyrannical queen who has outlawed most magic and enforces her…

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Lemoncello sing live at Raggedy Witches book launch

Thanks to everyone who turned up at the Begone the Raggedy Witches book launch last Thursday. Oh man, it was packed out, people came from London, Wexford, Cork, Belfast, Galway, Navan and Dublin. Folk brought cake (cake!) It was such … Continue reading

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More Raggedy Witches Animation

  Still messing about with gifs as I animate the book trailer for ‘Begone the Raggedy Witches‘. This is Mup and her dog, Badger, and her best friend Crow, walking through the witch-haunted woods of her grandmother’s kingdom. I’ve animated … Continue reading

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Going Dark

I’m taking  the next two weeks off in order to finish book two of Wild Magic. I’ll literally be sending the Internet out the door so won’t be accessible at all via mobile phone, twitter, Facebook  or email. Be good … Continue reading

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Seriously : Leslie Odom Jr, Sara Bareilles

This. This. This. The beauty and power of this.

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Identity & Narrative: A Response to Lionel Shriver

Originally posted on shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows:
There is, I’ve come to realise, a certain type of hypocrisy that occurs when eloquent, successful practitioners of reflexive self-defence neglect to consider the consistency of their arguments. It’s a tactic which relies…

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a little defiant, sparkly, strutting love

Because the world needs a little defiant, sparkly, strutting love today (Erasure: The Innocents: 1988)

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