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The Casual Vacancy goes on sale next Thursday. Jennifer Byrne will be discussing life after Potter with J.K. Rowling on Thursday 27th September at 8pm on the ABC.

After delaying its Christmas release Baz Luhrmann’s 3-D The Great Gatsby will now open in cinemas on May 10, 2013. It will compete with About Time, a Richard Curtis comedy, starring Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson.

Jessica Shirvington’s young adult series Embrace will be adapted into a TV series, produced by Steven Spielberg. The first book, Embrace, has been followed up by three other novels, Entice, Emblaze and Endless.The books tell the story of seventeen year old Violet Eden.

Violet Eden has only ever wanted to be with Lincoln. But when he reveals a secret so powerful it could tear them apart, her world spins out of control. Then she meets Phoenix. Intense and beautiful, Violet is helplessly drawn to him...

Caught up in a battle between light and dark - where angels seek vengeance and humans are warriors - Violet must decide how much she's willing to sacrifice. And who she can love...

The Embrace series is being hailed as the next Twilight.

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