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Book Review: Daughters of Time

I’ve been catching up with my reading lately. I have devoured a few books for adults: Kate Atkinson’s award-winning Life After Life, Matt Haig’s brilliant The Humans and Look Me in the Eye by John Robison, a non-fiction title about life with Asperger’s Syndrome. On the Junior Fiction/YA front I enjoyed Rooftoppers by new writer […]

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Why I write for children instead of boring old adults

 One question I get asked far too often is why I write for children instead of adults. The implication being that writing for children is some sort of a phase I’m going through before I move on to the grown up stuff.  While I’m not ruling out writing for adults one day I’m quite happy, thank […]

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