Author Takeover: “Toujours Pur”
Author Takeover / February 10, 2015

This month’s Author Takeover comes from debut author and “Potter” enthusiast Melinda Salisbury. Her first book, “The Sin Eater’s Daughter”, was published last week in the UK and will be coming to the US on February 24. “The Sin Eater’s Daughter” is a book of intensity, misdirection, and passion; a world of mythology, poison, and politics; and the start of a series that will leave you counting the days until Book 2 is in your hands.

Author Takeover: The Freedom of Fandom
Author Takeover / December 13, 2014

This month’s Author Takeover sees Lucy Saxon, author of Take Back The Skies, discuss growing up in the world of fandom, its pitfalls and how it can change your life. Lucy wrote Take Back The Skies as part of National Novel Writing Month when she was just sixteen years old and now has a six book deal with each novel set in a different continent of her Steampunk world of Tellus. See our review of Take Back The Skies here and look out for book two which will be released next year. You can find out more about Lucy on her website,, or by following her on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr. Lucy is also our guest on our Alohomora! podcast, Episode 114 to be released later today so check out the show to hear more! In Defence of Fandom I will be the first to admit that fandom takes up more of my life than it probably should. I’ve been involved in fandom since I first stumbled across the Harry Potter section of at the tender age of twelve; since then, I’ve had a lot of free time, and the majority of it has been devoted to fandom. Still, I’m not going to…

Author Takeover: Whodunnit Harry?
Author Takeover / October 1, 2014

We are starting a new series here on MuggleNet – Author Takeovers! In these posts, we will get current authors writing children’s, YA, and adult literature talking about their experiences with “Harry Potter” and how it has shaped their view of writing, fandom, and the world of literature as a whole.

Our first Takeover is by Robin Stevens, author of “Murder Most Unladylike”.