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November 25th, 2015
My first YA novel was called The Haunting of Lily Frost and it’s a coming-of-age ghost story. I wrote it because I’d been writing a tv series about the supernatural, and I loved it. I’ve always loved horror films and scary stories, and so I decided...
November 23rd, 2015
Today I will be talking about popular children's books. When I was younger I used to love hearing the voice of my parents reading a good book. There were many books read to me which helped me grow a hobby of reading. So in this post I will be...
November 23rd, 2015
Hi all. I thought today we could talk titles. To be honest, titles make me want to scream sometimes. Because I always thought the title would just come to me. Pop up in my head after all the real work had been done. But actually they are tricky...
November 19th, 2015
Today I thought I’d talk about the terrors of writing. And my number one terror comes from a crippling fear of public speaking. Public speaking is one of those things that I wish I were good at. In fact if I was writing a list of all the things I...

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