A Little Bit About the Septimus Heap and Araminta Spook Worlds

Thanks so much to Divya for this

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– Art by Mark Zug
– Divya Iyer, II B.S.W

There are lots of things I can say if we’re talking about fandom – possibly enough to fill a book or start a podcast. What I find most enthralling is how completely fictional worlds have the power to affect and influence us, so that’s what I’m going to focus on in the context of the world of Septimus Heap. Septimus Heap is the protagonist of a seven-part series of the same name written by Angie Sage, who has also written Araminta Spook and the TodHunter Moon trilogy, which occurs in the same universe as Septimus Heap, but in the future when the kids have all grown up.

Unlike most fellow Sep Heap enthusiasts I have met, my introduction to Angie Sage’s work was her Araminta Spook series. The summer between third and fourth grade was probably my first time reading…

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2 thoughts on “A Little Bit About the Septimus Heap and Araminta Spook Worlds

  1. Roy Emmerson

    Hello!
     
    My name is Roy. I wanted to ask do you accept sponsored articles or a link placement in the existing articles on your website? If you do, what are your rates?
     
    Kind regards,
    Roy

    • Angie Sage

      Hi Roy, thanks for this offer but no, we just keep it simple and for Septimus fans on this site.
      All the best, Angie

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