I’m so delighted to be joining the team on GirlsHeartBooks, it’s been one of my very favourite blogs for the last year or so and I’m looking forward to contributing over the next few months. So unless you were living under a rock last year you can’t have helped but notice that 2016 was … Continue reading
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Doctor Who Day!
Phew! It’s been a manic few weeks. My new Doctor Who comic book launched at the beginning of the month (you can see me introducing it on a little video here), and ever since I’ve been busy doing interviews and signing copies. Issue one had lots of different covers too, with some towns in Australia, … Continue reading
What to wear?
I have just been at a writers conference in Peterborough and then travelling all round the country to a whole set of World Book Week visits. It’s been great fun, but I the day before I packed my stuff and left I spent several hours tearing my hair out and wailing, “I have NOTHING to … Continue reading
Jugglers, Musicians and Authors join Arthur’s Court
This summer I’m involved in an exciting travelling literary festival run by the guys from PopUp (you can find their website here). We’ve just done our first event at Ironbridge Gorge (hello, people of Telford!) and are travelling on to Essex (near Brentwood 3rd May) and London (Swiss Cottage 12th July ). If you live … Continue reading
My Edinburgh Diary
Hi girls! I hope you’re enjoying being back to school! Good luck if it’s your first day back, and especially if it’s your first few days at a new school! One of the things I get to do as an author is to have events at book festivals, and I thought you’d like to read … Continue reading
UK meets Irish GHB authors!
Last week I spent two days in Dublin, Ireland, visiting four schools and talking to loads of boys and girls about my books. It was the first time I’d been to Dublin, and everyone was so welcoming! While I was there, I got to meet Sarah Webb and Judi Curtin, both dedicated and loyal … Continue reading
Today is – as I’m sure you already know – National Libraries Day in the UK. It’s a chance for us all to celebrate our wonderful library service, and remind Certain Adults Who Should Know Better why they’re needed. While I was writing Big Woo! I also worked at Oxford University’s Bodleian Library, giving guided … Continue reading