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Sophie Cleverly

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Sophie Cleverly was born in Bath in 1989. She studied for a BA in Creative Writing and an MA in Writing For Young People. Book one of her Scarlet and Ivy series will be published by HarperCollins in 2015.

Aside from writing, she can often be found blogging about symphonic metal, watching fantastical TV and struggling to find her way out of her ever-increasing pile of books.


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A beautiful picture book but really, really sad! A moving memoir of Raymond Briggs' parents, as well as a satirical and poignant look at the events of the first half of the 20th century.
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message 3: by Lance

Lance Thank you so much for accepting my friend request. I am so looking forward to talking to you about good books and reading yours when it comes out. Also I LOVE your hair. :)


Sophie Hello! I missed this, sorry! Yeah I was so surprised by Crown of Midnight, I wasn't that into it at first and then it became awesome :D Don't worry about replying! xxx


Chloë Hiya, just a quick comment here! I'm sorry for not replying yet, I have been waiting until I felt like I had enough energy/health to compose a decent message and make sense. The energy has still not arrived so I'll try to reply over the next few days. I'm sorry if it won;t make much sense!

Also I see you are reading Crown of Midnight - yay! I hope you enjoy it, I thought it was amazing *__*


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