Posts Tagged ‘strangers of paragor’

Interview with Charlotte McConaghy (Part 3)

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Sadly, this is the last installment of Charlotte’s interview. If you’ve enjoyed reading what she has to say, why not pop over to her website to check out what she’s up to, before she gets too popular to answer your questions or hear about how much you’re enjoying her novels. If you have a niece […]

Interview with Charlotte McConaghy (Part 2)

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

One thing I love about Charlotte, writer of the Strangers of Paragor series, is that she doesn’t shy away from being totally girly and romantic. Book 2 of the series was released just last month, I was fortunate enough to read it, and I came away dreaming about faraway lands and dashing princes. But for […]

Interview with Charlotte McConaghy (Part 1)

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

As I said a couple of posts back, Aussie girls are flying the flag for YA angel fiction. I was lucky enough to score an indepth chat with the brilliant (and incredibly youthful) Charlotte McConaghy recently, where she weighed in on her Strangers of Paragor series, and why wings are just so. darn. HOT. Big […]

Angels in YA Literature (Part 2) – Closer to Godliness

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

An article in The Guardian, published April 2010, discusses Philip Pullman as a possible trendsetter for the current onslaught of angels in YA fiction. One of the voices of the article claims that “on the ladder that goes up from the mushroom to God, angels are one rung above us”– angels are seen as superior […]