Beating a Writing Slump

There's something about January's that feel all slumpy and non-productive and kind of flat. I had powered ahead with my writing before January, stormed through edits and revisions, got full and partial requests and generally felt pretty great about where my ms was heading. Then there was January. And I could not find the motivation.… Continue reading Beating a Writing Slump

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The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

I am absolutely delighted to include in this review an interview with the very lovely Shea Ernshaw, author of The Wicked Deep which is out on 8th March, published by Simon & Schuster Children's UK and available for pre-order now here The Wicked Deep is set in the town of Sparrow and the enchanting Lumiere Island,… Continue reading The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw


For the Love of Half Term

Who is loving half term? It feels like a holiday, no strict routine, less structure, more space and time for treats and fun. But it's only a week, so it's novel, the girls can bake, paint, go on muddy walks and build pillow forts, we can hang out in our pjs all morning because....well, just… Continue reading For the Love of Half Term


A-Z Bookish Survey Tag

Thanks to Perpetual Fangirl for the tag! Author you’ve read the most books from:  Probably Dianne Wynne Jones and Tamora Pierce, I used to devour their books Best Sequel Ever: Probably ACOMAF, it was sooo much better than ACOTAR Currently Reading: The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden and my critique partner’s ms Drink of Choice… Continue reading A-Z Bookish Survey Tag