THE PAPER TOWNS TRAILER IS HERE AND I WANT TO BURST

Be prepared for an unholy number of John Green quotes in cute handwriting…

YES YES YES YES FREAKING HELL YES IT’S FINALLY COME, IT’S HERE ok.

So, for those that don’t know, John Green (the dude who wrote The Fault In Our Stars)’s novel Paper Towns was being made into a film and today theY RELEASED THE TRAILER and it’s actually really good.

The novel was amazing, and may actually be my favourite John Green book, but that opinion changes on a daily basis so don’t quote me on it. The film looks like it’s been made amazingly well, and I have a feeling that it will reduce me to a puddle of tears and feels just like TFIOS did…

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Five Books To Start Reading on World Book Day

Matilda

It’s World Book Day, which can only mean that a bunch of kids have dressed up like their favourite literary characters for non-uniform day at school.

It’s also a good day to kick back and relax with your favourite book or two. Or three or four. Especially when you’re single and unemployed with no social life, and no friends. Which isĀ SO not me…

If you’re stuck on what to read, then I have some book ideas for you. They’re pretty damn awesome books, and my personal favourites. There’s YA, classics, and thrillers all included so I’m pretty sure you’ll be able to find something you’d enjoy. Unless you’re just ridiculously weird. Or one of those “I don’t read” people, in which case, what the hell are you doing here?! Get out.

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National Poetry Day 2014

It is National Poetry Day! YAY! All literature nerds out there are sobbing uncontrollably while holding their favourite book of poems… just me?

Poetry is amazing and fabulous, raw and emotional, funny and depressing, and a combination of every single emotion in the world. There is no doubt about it. So I’m going to share with you some of my favourite poets & poems to honour this beautifully glorious day.

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Rita Skeeter Covers Quidditch

Yesterday our literary Queen J.K. Rowling posted a Quidditch World Cup column, which is the first published Harry Potter piece since Deathly Hallows, seven years ago (I’m not counting ‘The Tales of Beedle The Bard’ here…)

The column was written in the style of Rita Skeeter, which is pretty vital, and is something that readers seem to have overlooked completely.

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