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Thursday, 1 August 2013

Glee Girl by Magda Knight



At the Other End:
Megan is blessed with a voice so unique that everyone around her is more inclined to think it's a curse. It's getting so bad they're saying it to her face. Her only dream is to get into GleeClub, but as her astonishing vocal talents lead to friction, frenemies and a series of near-lethal accidents, she may have to seriously rethink her options...

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Author Bio:
Magda Knight writes speculative fiction, both YA and adult. Sci-fi, horror, dystopia, urban fantasy and steampunk are the things that dreams and futures are made of. When she grows up she would like to be a sword or a bear.

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Shhh... Don't Tell:
(Banshee Myth)
Mythology note: The Banshee of Irish myth was sometimes a hag but often a beautiful woman wearing white, her eyes red, as though she’d been crying. Her wailing keening cry would foretell a death. She often attached herself to families and picked them off one by one. The Banshee wasn’t entirely a creature to be feared: It is said that bad people who heard her cry would die a bad death and suffer thereafter, but good people would die and remain happy in the Celtic version of the afterlife.

The Campbell High canteen walls are crammed floor to ceiling with posters promoting next week’s Battle of the Bands, but I lower my head and focus on my cold fries instead. The problem is that (a) that on a scale of one to appealing my fries register a fat zero and (b) being a lead singer in a band is what I want more than anything in the world, ever ever ever.

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