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Interview with J.A George

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

J.A. George is the author of the four part series, GIFTED – THE HAYVEN SERIES. She spent years of her life reading book after book before sitting on her bed one morning, opening her laptop and typing Chapter One into a Word document. Now, not only does she read book after book, she writes book after book too. Usually with a large bar of chocolate by her side.

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Review : Flying By The Seat of My Knickers By Eliza Watson

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RATINGS :-
Plot : 3/5
Characters : 3/5
Writing : 3/5
OVERALL RATING : 3/5

Genre : Young Adult,  Fiction
Age Recommended : 13 yrs and up

When Milwaukee girl Caity Shaw is given the opportunity of working in a job where she isn’t expected to dress like an elf with those horrible pointy shoes and annoying golden bells , she readily accepts it , expecting to have an unforgettable experience with her sister & event managing goddess Rachel in Ireland and in the process,  recovering from the damaging effects of her former emotionally abusive relationship. Little does she know about the series of mishaps the journey has in store for her ! Continue reading “Review : Flying By The Seat of My Knickers By Eliza Watson”

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BOOKISH FACTS ABOUT US

Tanishka Luhia :-

  • I prefer all YA books but I personally love reading contemporary YA chick lit Romance!
  • I want all the novels which I love, to be made into movies.
  • I had always dreamt of having a secret tunnel in my house where all my books are there and I want to be the first person to buy a new YA book whenever it is launched everytime !!
  • I turned into a “BOOKWORM” at the age of 14.( :-0, before that I used to  HATE novels!!!)
  • I have never cried while reading an emotional book, I’ve just felt sad.

 

Nandika Kaul :-

  • I prefer hardcopies over e-books.
  • Paperbacks are ❤ but I’ve now started liking hardcovers as well.
  • I totally judge books by their covers!
  • I prefer books over films but still wish there was a movie for every book.
  • The first “PROPER” novel I read was SECRET SEVEN in 4th grade.
  • Divergent was my first YA book.