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Wulfie A Ghostly Tail by Lindsay J Sedgwick

I love these series of books. They are so fun! This might be the most bonkers one yet. Libby’s horrible stepmother, Veronika, wants to sell Libby’s lovely quirky family home, but when Veronika thinks the house might be haunted, she jumps at the chance to be famous. I loved the beginning of this book. It… Continue reading Wulfie A Ghostly Tail by Lindsay J Sedgwick

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Launch Day: The Lucky Diamond by Valinora Troy

It’s a blog takeover! To celebrate the launch of her debut novel, I’m handing the reins of the blog over to children’s fantasy author, Valinora Troy. Today is all about the book - The Lucky Diamond. Enjoy my review below, and be sure to check back tomorrow to read my interview with the author. About… Continue reading Launch Day: The Lucky Diamond by Valinora Troy

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Interview with Lindsay J Sedgwick

Iseult: Hi Lindsay, welcome to my blog. I’m so excited about the release of your new book, Wulfie Saves the Planet. I’ve been jumping into old trunks, looking for a way to Lupuslandia so I can get my own wulfen best friend, ever since I read your first Wulfie book. I know you are really… Continue reading Interview with Lindsay J Sedgwick

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New Release: Wulfie Saves the Planet by Lindsay J Sedgwick

About the book Wulfie returns in Wulfie Saves the Planet, a new story by Lindsay J Sedgwick, illustrated by Rosa Devine. Libby has been assigned a school project on raising awareness about the environment, but she has absolutely no ideas! Lucky for her, Wulfie is full of ideas! Unluckily for her, Wulfie tackles this project with his… Continue reading New Release: Wulfie Saves the Planet by Lindsay J Sedgwick

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Guest Post by Lindsay J Sedgwick

‘For forty odd years in this noble profession I’ve harboured a guilt and my conscience is smitten So here is my slightly embarrassed confession I don’t like to write but I love to have written.’ – Michael Kanin While I can absolutely empathise – there is something so satisfying to finish a piece of writing,… Continue reading Guest Post by Lindsay J Sedgwick