Category: Books

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9 Questions For Red and Howling

I’ve been a big fan of renowned cartoonist Amy Luwis and her Red and Howling  creations for a few years. Her unique blend of eye-catching images of animals and odd humans, coupled with humourous,...

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Saving Maya in The Curve

Saturday I visited The Curve, Slough’s new library and cultural centre. Opened earlier this month, I was delighted – and rather honoured – to take part in the Centre’s first author-event. Annabel Wilson and...

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Creativity’s a Funny Thing

Creativity’s a funny thing when we reflect on how something, a book in my case, takes shape. For me as a writer it’s an insular process that just kind of happens. I’ve never thought...

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Early Reviews

Early reviews of Saving Maya  are coming in and so far they’re reflecting what we’d hoped readers would take from the book. There’s a powerful message running throughout it, that confining dogs to lives...

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Matt Allwright paid us a visit

Matt Allwright, presenter of BBC Watchdog  Rogue Traders and other shows came along to support our book launch on Sunday. I have a catatonic response to most ‘celebrities’ and am no seeker of celebrity...

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It’s Launched!

It’s launched! It’s launched out into the big open world of readers and critics. My latest book Saving Maya that is, in case you’re wondering!! Sunday was it’s big day. The day this project...

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Susie-Belle’s Legacy

Susie-Belle’s legacy is a large one. Thanks to the support of many thousands of people around the world. People who find her story through my books, or social media. Writing’s a funny thing, you...

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Word By Word We Go

The final editing of ‘Saving Maya’ is almost at an end. It’s always an exhausting process as I scour every word and piece of punctuation, checking for errors and trying to craft the best,...