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Wonderfully Bookish is more than just a blog… it’s a podcast too. I’ll be talking to authors, bloggers and bookworms about all things bookish and wonderful! This includes LGBT and other important themes, book-to-screen adaptations, our favourite books, nostalgic books that remind us of childhood, and so much more.

Episodes go out every Monday afternoon so make sure you subscribe if you don’t want to miss any! Here’s a backlog of all of the current episodes, starting with the latest.

Daniel Ingram-Brown is the author of children’s adventure series The Firebird Chronicles.ย In this episode, we talk about the process of adapting his first book for the stage, the release of the third and final Firebird Chronicles book, Dan’s upcoming projects, and more.ย Read more…

In this episode, I chat with Chloe Seager, author of YA novel Editing Emma. The sequel, Friendship Fails of Emma Nash, was published in earlier this year.ย We discuss whether the worlds of writing and working in publishing, as well as humour in YA fiction and why itโ€™s important to young people today.ย Read more…

In this episode, I chat with Simon James Green, author of Noah Can’t Even. We discuss why LGBT and humour are important in YA fiction, especially today, and the upcoming Proud anthology, in which Simon features with his short story about gay penguins. Read more…

When you love a book, its screen adaptation can either hit the spot or completely miss the mark. In this fun discussion, I chat with Elle Crook, travel and book blogger at FoxyTravelsUK, all about film and TV adaptations, from the wonderfully great to the down right awful. Read more…

In this episode, I chat with Akemi Dawn Bowman, author of Starfish and Summer Bird Blue. Akemi discusses her inspiration, some self-care tips for aspiring writers trying to get their book published, and shares some insights into how to persevere when submitting to agents and publishers.ย Read more…

In this episode, I chat with Simon James Green, author of Noah Can’t Even. We discuss why LGBT and humour are important in YA fiction, especially today, and the upcoming Proud anthology, in which Simon features with his short story about gay penguins. Read more…

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