Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Penguin Chats!

Along with a few other lovely book bloggers I was invited to become an official partner in the Penguin Chats project, which is a super exciting new Twitter event that will be taking place in conjunction with Penguin and some of their fantastic authors.

Penguin themselves describe the project as:

'Penguin Chats are a 30 minute Q&A with a Penguin author on Twitter, hosted by @PenguinUKBooks and using #PenguinChats. We’ll be inviting anyone and everyone to put their questions to the author to receive an immediate and live response!'

The first chat is with Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, who I'm sure you all know as the duo behind the Beautiful Creatures series. The chat is due to take place on Sunday January 27th at 8pm on Twitter, where you can pose your burning questions to Kami and Margaret by using the #PenguinChats hashtag. Tomorrow Penguin will announce all of their blogging partners so do make sure you swing by each blog for extra and exclusive content about the series!

Kami and Margaret on set with Lena and Ethan!

Penguin have been kind enough to send me some exclusive quotes from Kami and Margaret, about some of their favourite moments of the series:

The most tear-jerking moment…
Kami: The most tear-jerking moment would have to be the last scene in which Lena and Macon appear together in Beautiful Creatures...
Margaret: The end of the book. When we first gave it to my teen to read, and then found her weeping over the pages, we knew the end was finally right.

The funniest moment…
Kami: It’s hard to choose the funniest moment, but in general the scenes with Link are always the funniest.
Margaret: Everything with Link!

I completely agree with Kami about the most tear-jerking moment - that one had me ruining my mascara when I first read it!

So if you're a fan of the series or just want to find out more about the books and upcoming film, make sure you head across to Twitter on January 27th to chat with the masterminds behind the series! For more information and details about the project visit the Penguin blog, which you can find here, or their Twitter, which is @PenguinUKBooks.

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