Thanks to Waterstones Hampstead for hosting the launch of King Bones !
We've been sending out copies of our books to young reviewers and we've received some lively, engaged, honest, fun to read reviews from what I suspect are authors of the future. James asks some serious questions about skeletons when reviewing King Bones: I found King Bones exciting and fun. I
Helen Fielding has been reading King Bones, and yes it's pure LOL . ' A rollicking, hilarious page-turning romp. Beautifully irreverently written with energy, originality fun and style. The characters burst from the page , the gleeful prose glitters, the plot never lets up pace.' (more…)
What is it about writers? I've known many writers. I grew up among them because my father was a writer—they all had one thing in common: they could and did all drink. The tee total writer is a rare bird. Perhaps it's the loneliness of the writer's journey, the way
Sue has been interested in stories about fairies since she was a child— I think she's particularly drawn to a world of dark fairies and magic. A world of tortured souls. Ogden Nash wrote of one of his characters, ' he had only one fault, he was evil.' This could