Isn’t this possibly the most beautiful cover ever? You can’t see from the image, but the blue title is foiled and embossed (that means it’s shiny like tin foil and raised so you can feel it with your finger), and the little blue stars are embossed too. The Girl Who Walked on Air is Emma … More The Girl Who Walked on Air – review
I’ve been taking part in a huge online story thing. I don’t actually know what it’s called, but it’s organised by Write Path International Connections, and I provided a 200-word story starter. It was a product of a slightly-tired brain, so it contained all kinds of threads and angles that could have been developed – … More Story starter, children finisher!
So ONE of my pieces of good news can finally be revealed – LOOKING AT THE STARS is on the longlist for the UK Literacy Association Book Award! I am really, really thrilled about this. Everyone likes to be nominated for an award, and for some writers it happens a lot. For other writers, hardly … More I reveal one of my secrets! UKLA book award longlisting!
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last blogged. But those two weeks have been eventful, in some good and some bad ways. Firstly: the good. Well, actually I can’t tell you the good. Because then I’d have to kill you. But both good things are to do with books, and one of them … More Two nice secrets and a bout of yuck
A very quick shout-out to everyone I met this evening on Kate Forsyth’s Cotswolds writing course at the Lygon Arms in the beautiful village of Broadway! Great to meet you guys, and I wish you all the best with your writing endeavours 🙂