JD Fennell talks about the experience of writing a sequel in this guest post, as part of the blog tour for Sleeper: The Red Storm.
In today’s guest post, Sarah Epstein tells us about the experience of writing psychological thrillers for a YA audience.
Today I’m celebrating a very special bear! It’s 60 years since Paddington was first published.
Bali Rai’s latest novel is a hard-hitting story with a message of hope at its heart.
You Only Live Once had me laughing out loud within the first few pages. The ill-fated scene of high-achieving and super-organised Gracie Dent carrying her urine sample on the bus on the way to the hospital will stay with me for a long time.
I am so excited to have Karen McCombie on my blog today to celebrate the release of her new book, The Lost Diary of Sami Star.
Regular readers of my blog will know how much I love Barrington Stoke’s publishing. Their ‘super-readable’ YA, printed with a dyslexia-friendly layout, typeface and paperstock…