Saturday, July 27, 2013

What's to come here at Fluttering Butterflies!

Hello! I'm sorry for the very few blog posts around here. I didn't think July was going to be this *tough* ... but I always knew that from today I would be away in beautiful Bath on a weeklong residential course for my uni studies. And because I am going to focusing a lot of time on that this week, I thought that I would arrange for a whole of lovely guest posters to take over Fluttering Butterflies while I am away... I really hope that you guys lovely the guest posts this following week, I think they are all amazing and I would love it if you could give them all plenty of love by writing lots of comments.

And what should you be expecting for this week of awesome? Let me tell you! 

First up, on Monday I have a guest post by Eleanor Wood, author of Gemini Rising about the very British setting of her book. 

Tuesday, Alexia Casale, author of The Bone Dragon, will be here talking about on her of writerly inspirations.

Wednesday, I will be bringing you my list of the UKYA in August that you should be looking out for and reading. 

Thursday, I will be kicking off the Cruel Summer by James Dawson blog tour!

Friday sees a special 'What would you do?' post by Helen Grant, author of Silent Saturday.

Saturday, Rebecca from Rebecca-Books is here with an interesting debate that all book lovers will have an opinion of.

And on Sunday, Sophie from So Many Books, So Little Time is sharing with us one of her Bookshelf Requirements. 

...I hope that whets your appetite for what is to come here on Fluttering Butterflies.  I really appreciate the time and effort that went into writing these guest posts. So a huge thank you to Eleanor, Alexia, Helen Grant, Rebecca and Sophie!

16 comments:

  1. Oh wow that sounds like such a great week! Shame I'll be away, but I'll just have to catch up when I get back!

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  2. Oh, Bath is gorgeous - I live about 40 minutes away from there, such a nice place to visit.

    I'm looking forward to the guest posts and your YA recommendations!

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    1. Thanks Rinn :) It's been non-stop rain since I got here, but hopefully the weather picks up before my afternoon off soon!

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  3. Bath - how lovely. I hope the residential course goes well and you get to exlore the city too

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    1. Thanks Jane! We are allotted one free afternoon during the week, I hope to see some of Bath :)

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  4. Very exciting! I'm looking forward to reading all the posts. :)

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    1. Thanks Lucy, it's a fantastic line-up :)

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  5. Enjoy the course and give Bath my love! Make sure you get to make a trip to Toppings and Mr B's :) Oh, and the San Francisco Fudge Company shop!

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    1. OOh! I shall definitely keep that in mind when I head in on Tuesday :)

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  6. Have a great time in Bath, Clover :) It's sad you're away, but I'm looking forward to all these brilliant guest posts.

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    1. Aww, thank you, Zoe. You are such a lovely person :)

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  7. I hope you have a fab time in Bath Michelle! I'm looking forward to reading the guest posts you have lined up :-)

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    1. Thanks Sarah! Shame we didn't get more of a chance to catch up the other day..

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  8. What an awesome week planned! All these posts sound exciting, and I'll certainly be looking out for them :) I hope you have an awesome time in Bath and its not too stressful! Fingers crossed you get to see some of the area too :-)

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