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Georgina Merry
Freelance writer, reviewer, critique, voice talent.
Freelance writer, reviewer, critique, voice talent.
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Not Gone
Hi readers, I'm having a few health problems at the moment which is making writing and other computer-related tasks difficult. It's nothing serious and posting should soon resume as normal.

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GREEK WARS by E.A. Weston ~Release Blitz~
Greek Wars    Pick a House and Start the War…

Andy Morgan is diving headfirst into a new college and a new life. After all, it's the best way to escape the heartache of her past and move on to new and exciting things. Unfortunately for her War has begun ma...

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Get Some Diversity: Part One (ROYA #29)
Without getting political, it’s
safe to say the world would benefit from a little more compassion and
understanding right now. The rise in hatred and intolerance across
the globe is hard to ignore. I believe Martin Luther King Jr. correctly
identified lack ...

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The Problem With Forever Love (ROYA #28)
There’s something special about teenage romance. The butterflies, blushing, jangled nerves whenever that special person is close enough to touch. It’s
intense, all-consuming, and when it’s good, it’s great. Holiday romances, one week flings with a
classmate...

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When Adult Books Have Teen Protagonists (ROYA #27)
The first “adult” book I read featuring a teenage main character was Alice Walker's  The Color Purple . It was recommended in one of the many teen mags I bought regularly - it’s a ‘90’s thing - as the perfect antidote to a bad break-up. In truth, reading in...

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When Adult Books Have Teen Protagonists (ROYA #27)
The first “adult” book I read featuring a teenage main character was Alice Walker's  The Color Purple . It was recommended in one of the many teen mags I bought regularly - it’s an ‘90’s thing - as the perfect antidote to a bad break-up. In truth, reading i...

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YA Impostor (ROYA #26)
It’s true. Despite being a thirty-something mother with
greying hair, a passion for early mornings and elasticated waistbands, I read
books aimed at teenagers. Why? The simple answer: for research, because YA is primarily what I write. There’s so much about...

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