RAMADAN READATHON : The What, The Where, The When

Nadia and I have been planning #RamadanReadathon for nearly a month now and we're very excited to show you what we've got in store. From interviews to Twitter chats to blog posts, we hope there's something in here for everyone. Whoever you are, we hope you join in with our effort to help promote books by…


RAMADAN READATHON: Recomendations #2 – Non-Fic, Graphic Novels, Poetry, Bio & Short Stories

Before we start, if you have no idea what the 'Ramadan Readathon' is about, click here to see the intro post. Salam everyone! Time flies so quickly and Ramadan is only weeks away. We thought it would be sensible to post some recommendations in order to help you to plan your tbr list for next month's #RamadanReadathon.…

Patrick Ness, Release – In Conversation

Patrick Ness started the night by admitting that he was perfectly happy with just one novel in his name. Imagine that! All those contributions to the literary landscape pulled away from us, all those stories to be represented to be turned into thoughts without a word count. And Ness is one of my favorite authors. But…


headscarves and hardbacks

If you follow me over on Twitter, you’ll probably know that I am co-hosting a readathon next month with Zoya @ We Are All Critics! We are so excited and also overwhelmed by all the support we have received so far. We have some incredible things already lined up including author interviews, Twitter chats and giveaways, and we hope to post a schedule at the end of this month so you know what’s happening where and when. In the meantime, this is a short introduction post explaining why we are doing it and how you can get involved!

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