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REVIEW: What I Was by Meg Rosoff 

(4/5 stars ****)

This was one of the first books that I took out of my school library when I was around 13. It hadn’t had a library stamp in it for a couple of years and the cover really interested me- it happened to be my favourite colour, and the story was based in East Anglia; I live there, so I was instantly intrigued. 264 more words

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“Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentence.

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Writers' Wisdom

“Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are.
The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences.
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Quote of the Day--Meg Rosoff

My brain is not functioning today. Though I didn’t really sleep, I somehow managed to wake up covered in children and have been covered in children (and all the lovely things that come with children) ever since. 121 more words

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Meg Rosoff: Your Writing Voice

“Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. 21 more words

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- Meg Rosoff

Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. 19 more words

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Some February wisdoms

It’s not only the books from my February calendar page (by Kerstin Svensson, who does very nice calendars) that I like, although they look fine. The ‘thought of the month’ appeals to me as well. 261 more words

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