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The Poetry of The Thames

Riverside Lane is set in a Thameside village and my WIP (work in progress), The Witches Punchbowl, is set in a hidden valley high above the river.  Taking a break from fiction, I've written a short piece on how 'my bit' of the Thames has inspired so many artists in the past:- 

Sleepless in Stonehenge - blog post image

Sleepless in Stonehenge

The series includes The Seven Sisters, Sleepless in Stonehenge, The Golden Bunny of the Lake District and Nessie‚Äôs Husband. 

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Little Whale

Told through the eyes of a whale and her calf, this mesmerisingly beautiful book is a story of migration, family and the strength of parental love. 

Any questions?  - blog post image

Any questions?

This is the last call for questions for my forthcoming interview with a translator of adult and children's fiction.  This will form part of my  'Day At The Desk' of series and, being mono-lingual myself I am super excited about finding out more about this very important and intriguing part of the publishing process.  Questions by email, twitter, FB or via the website - it doesn't matter, just get in touch.   

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Our Castle By The Sea

Growing up in a lighthouse, 11-year-old Pet's world has been one of storms, secret tunnels, and stories about sea monsters.  

 

Teachers - have you discovered @BookPenPals? A new initiative pairing authors & illustrators with schools to make reading recommendations via postcards. They're pretty oversubscribed, but if you're interested it might be worth getting your name on the waiting list. They have some fabulous authors on board.