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Can you believe Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is 50 years old? To celebrate, Penguin and Dylan’s Candy Bar in New York are running a super sweet Golden Ticket competition.
The Huffington Post rounded up 23 adorable (and sometimes hilarious) bookplates.
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You've probably had the 'which fictional characters I'd invite to a dinner party' conversation. The Toast has done an excellent job of rounding up which literary characters you definitely wouldn't want at a dinner party. Hell. No. Even if they offered to bring dessert.What do you think of the recent Gone with the Wind announcement? It seems Mammy – Scarlett O'Hara's faithful slave – is to get her own prequel.
Literary mugs! These would look mighty pretty at Novelicious HQ.
The top ten words to win at Scrabble. Not that you need any help.
A super strong Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction shortlist was announced this week.
Well, this is macabre, but a whole lot of fun nonetheless. Vulture has created a Game of Thrones Death Generator. (We were dropped by a giant.)
What literary links have you enjoyed this week?