A benign community of women and girls, which has existed peacefully for some years, is threatened when the country is annexed by a neighbouring fascist state. The girls incur the … Continue reading
Hello, my lovelies – and Merry Christmas! No booing at the back – we’re less than two weeks away now, so take your humbugs and go. Today I’m going to … Continue reading
I (Non) struggled with my second book. I could write so much more about the process, but I won’t. What I will do, is share what happened when I was … Continue reading
What’s more important about historical fiction – the history, or the story? It’s a question so big that I’m sure every author who writes it will have a different answer, … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to grow up in a house full of books, surrounded by grown-ups whose automatic reaction when they saw me finish a book was to put another one into my hand. The true list of the books that made me a reader, therefore, would probably crash this blog’s server. There are a few, though, that do stand out from the crowd – and for me, that list always has to begin with Diana Wynne Jones.
Book Birthday Interview – Ged Adamson talks to Mo O’Hara about My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish: Any Fin Is Possible
Book Birthday Interview: Ged Adamson talks to Mo O’Hara about her new book. I had a great time meeting up with the talented children’s author Mo O’Hara and talking about … Continue reading
Somewhere very deep under the streets of the village where I live, lie the remains of an old leper hospital. It was here in the tenth and eleventh centuries – … Continue reading