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The Allure of Hollywood

I’m not sure of anything that boosts a book’s sales like a movie deal. The recent influx in teen books transformed into film has adults scrambling for copies of… 771 more words

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Welcome to May

Welcome to May! At The Book Wars, May 2015 is Reverse Crossover month. You read that right: Reverse Crossover month. Crossover stories are typically assumed to be books written for young adults that appeal to the proper grown-ups. 147 more words

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June theme

That time is upon us once again – submissions are closed, the magazine is coming together, and our avid readers are wondering ‘what’s coming next?’ Well we can announce that our theme for the June issue is… 61 more words

Magazine

May theme announced

So it’s quite a bit late in coming but here it is – our theme for the May issue is

The Sea

As usual it’s a little vague and leaves a lot to your wonderful imaginations. 50 more words

Magazine

Gaiman's Recent Retellings: Hansel and Gretel/ The Sleeper and the Spindle

Neil Gaiman, storyteller extraordinaire, released two Fairy Tale retellings recently (October 2014, I believe) and I thought as my last post in fairy tale retellings month that I’d take a quick look at them. 693 more words

Review

Maleficent - Revisionist Fairy Tale Motherhood

Disney’s Original

Disney’s Original

Disney’s Reimagining

Disney’s Reimagining

I realized that we Book Warriors hadn’t yet done a review of Maleficent, Disney’s newest Sleeping Beauty retelling from the perspective of the antagonist – Maleficent.  1,271 more words

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The photo theme this month is : March Hare and friends

Fed up of snow and winter…?

This months theme March Hare and friends will get you out and about searching for signs that Spring might be just round the corner. 43 more words

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