Inky's Fri-yay April 20!
What's happening on Inside a Dog?
A reminder that the Inside a Dog team are looking for your feedback about the website. Use this handy form to tell us about any technical issues you come across, problems you want to let us know about or give us feedback on how you are finding the website so far.
We’ve got a new competition! Tickets to see Patrick Ness live in conversation with Jesse Andrews and CS Pacat at The Athenaeum in Melbourne can be won just by writing about his work. Check out more details here.
Some blogs you might want to become a contributor on:
- List of Books You NEED to Read – because who doesn’t love the chance to share their all-time favourites and newest discoveries
- LGBT+ Peeps – a blog for all the LGBT+ people here on the site
- Camp Half-Blood Chronicles – your chance to geek out over the Olympians worlds
- Read Alongs and Buddy Reads – finding a friend to read along with makes any book more fun
- Harry Potter – Potterheads unite!
- Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – For all your Hogwarts needs. Bookswithbane is currently running a HP scavenger hunt here. ZOMG! Get in on this asap
- And of course, join your Hogwarts common room! – Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin
I love seeing you all offer up writing prompts to inspire each other. Aoipoppy has set up Poppy Daily where they are posting a unique word to respond to. Spacesoda has been sharing writing prompts they’ve collected from all over the interwebs and there are some brilliant ones in this post!
If you’re looking for more books to add to your TBR pile plenty of great reviews have been posted on the site. Maimatter reviewed Geraldine Brooks’ Year of Wonders. Addie reviewed Gemma Malley’s The Declaration. Sheri reviewed Marieke Nijkamp’s This is Where it Ends. Waggles reviewed the first four Wheel of Time books.
Want to win a giant Love, Simon poster? All you have to do is write something about the book and/or movie, put Simon vs. The Homosapien Agenda in the linked books and you’re in the running. Not sure what to write? Rhapsody started a Love, Simon Tag with awesome questions which Sylvs, Otaku and Ladybird have written their own responses to; I want to see more of these! Nighsky wrote a super-cute one shot. Vivi designed a great cover for the book. Feel free to post your own review, participate in Rhapsody’s tag, design an alternative cover for the book, create your own fanfic or let your imagination run wild and go in your own direction. Get going, only a little over a week before the winner is drawn.