Posts tagged 'author interview'
Posted 23 January 2017
Author Ross Welford has thought about time travel a lot – and he’s found a way for you to turn fiction into fact.
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Posted 19 January 2017
Zana Fraillon tells us about her novel,The Bone Sparrow , a beautiful, vivid and deeply moving story about a refugee boy who has spent his entire life living in a...
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Posted 12 January 2017
Lisa Thompson has written The Goldfish Boy: a remarkable book about a boy with OCD who sees something mysterious from his window.
Read 'Writing about OCD: ‘It can show...'
Posted 9 January 2017
We asked the author of Millions, Framed and most recently Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth for some wise words about libraries, reading and how reading makes you a happier...
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Posted 9 January 2017
Budding authors and illustrators, take note: Adam Murphy has given us an inside look into how his brilliant comic, Lost Tales, was made and published.
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Posted 5 January 2017
Fleur Hitchcock loves stories and writing. She also has dyslexia. Here's her story from getting 'could try harder' at school to writing a thriller and having a lot of fun...
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Posted 8 November 2016
The author of the bestselling GONE books talks to us about his new YA series Front Lines, which imagines an alternate history where girls could enlist in World War Two.
Read 'Michael Grant: what if women had...'
Posted 28 September 2016
Author Lisa Heathfield is mum to three sons – and says books have been a wonderful way to remember, relish and record their childhood
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Posted 22 September 2016
Mary Hoffman burst on to the children's book scene over 40 years ago. Ever since, she's been making sure those stories represent us all.
Read 'Mary Hoffman: why children need more...'
Posted 19 September 2016
Award-winning children's author and illustrator Nick Butterworth tells us why sharing stories in not only a pleasure, but a golden opportunity not to be missed.
Read 'Nick Butterworth: why reading with your...'