Elizabeth Corr Stuff Elizabeth likes: sketching, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, cinema, long baths, kitchen discos, Terry Pratchett, Thor, London. Saving characters.
Katharine Corr Stuff Katharine likes: playing instruments badly; dead languages; LOTR; loud pop concerts; Jane Austen; Neill Gaiman; Loki; the Surrey Hills. Killing off characters.

Latest Blog Posts

The Witch’s Kiss comes to the USA!

This is an exciting week for us: nearly sixteen months after its publication in the UK, The Witch’s Kiss came out on Tuesday in the USA. Our first book baby going on sale in actual bookshops (sorry – bookstores) across the pond is a big deal, so we thought we’d celebrate by fangirling about our […]

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Our First YALC

We were overjoyed to be invited to YALC for the first time this year. For those of you who don’t know, YALC is the Young Adult Literary Convention, and it’s been running for the last four years as part of the London Comic Con. Being asked to participate is a life goal for most YA […]

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Move over, Maleficent: why we love Mother Gothel

When Andy (@pewterwolf13) kindly invited us to be part of this Disney Villain Blog Tour, we immediately decided to write about Tangled. We love it even more than Frozen (if that’s possible). It’s a refreshing take on the Rapunzel story, with a zingy, upbeat musical score and fantastic characters. Rapunzel is – almost literally – […]

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Countless by Karen Gregory (British Books Challenge)

  Heads up: the main character in Countless has an eating disorder, which I mention in my review. I loved this book. It’s off my usual track – no dragons, witches or fantastical worlds here – but nevertheless I tore through it in two days. Hedda is seventeen and is controlled by her anorexia, which […]

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The Bone Dragon (British Book Challenge)

‘Now everything is shaded in grey and silver and white. But with it the world sparkles.’ The Bone Dragon (Alexia Casale) has been on my bookshelf for a while, and I’m so delighted I finally made the time to read it. It’s a lusciously written book, and unusual compared with a lot of my favourite YA. […]

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Waiting For Callback: Take Two – February Post For The British book challenge

For various reasons I only managed to read two books in February which qualified for the challenge. One of them was the script for Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, which I can’t talk about for obvious reasons (#KeepTheSecrets). But that’s ok, because my other read was the brilliant Waiting For Callback: Take Two, by […]

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