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SA Partridge

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From Boy Wonder to Holmes Revival

Here are my musings on one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz, for The Times. I will be introducing the author at his talk at Exclusive Books, V&A Waterfront on Tuesday 14th May 2013.
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Telling tales of fearless teens

The Dispatch Online has posted the full interview I did with The Times a few weeks ago.
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A taste of things to come

YA book blog Paranormalsphere is featuring a sweet and short interview with me, where I chat a little bit about upcoming work including my new novel, Sharp Edges.
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A book you have to read

It’s been a while since my third novel was published, so I was delighted to find this review of Dark Poppy’s Demise over at Terri-Maree Rens’ blog Bibliophilia.
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On libraries

As South African Library Week (SALW) draws to a close (17 March 2012 – 24 March 2012) many book-lovers are posting their thoughts about libraries and their role in society, including Tammy February’s article on Why Libraries Rock.
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Some inspiration

I love TED talks. They’re short, inspiring talks by smart, wonderful people. They’re brilliant if you need a little burst of inspiration, or just an awesome way to spend a tea break after a long afternoon working.
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Code Name Verity

You know that feeling when you have a book for a long time and you just want to kick yourself for not reading it sooner?
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Potty about Potter

It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a Harry Potter fan(atic). So when I saw that a parody show called Potted Potter was playing at Pieter Toerien’s Theatre on the Bay in January, my heart started beating very fast. Anything Harry Potter related is guaranteed to grab my attention.
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Why YA?

Whenever I’m out and about, trying to sell books or talking to kids about pursuing a career in writing, the question inevitably arises about why I write YA.
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The Mad Scientist’s Daughter

A tale of love, loss and robots.
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