Meet the Author

Welcome to my Meet the Author page where hopefully you’ll discover new authors, new books and inspire ideas.

Meet Annie Lyons

I’m very lucky to have been able to interview the lovely Annie Lyons, author of one of my favourite books ok 2020 Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well, Thank You (or The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett if you’re in the USA). This book means so much to me and Eudora is a character that feels like a friend, so I was absolutely thrilled to be able to work with Annie on this. I hope you enjoy!

Meet Lucy Strange

I’m delighted to introduce you to the bestselling children’s author of The Secret of Nightingale Wood, Our Castle by the Sea and The Ghost of Gosswater. Click here to find out about her inspirations behind her stories, why she loves being a children’s author and which famous writer she’d most like to have tea with!

Meet Simon James Green

I’m so happy to be able to introduce you to the brilliant Lgbt+ author Simon James Green. His books for children and young adults are the perfect mixture of compassion, awkwardness and pure laugh-out-loud stuff always with a rather endearing character amongst the pages and with some real life issues spread throughout. His books have not only bought comfort as well as entertainment to a new generation of readers but he’s also been a landmark in the UK’s children’s publishing in representing the Lgbt+ community to mainstream readers. If you’re in need of some funny escapism with a little bit of swoon, then look no further…

Meet Anna James

If you’re in need of an escape into some of the best-loved paper and ink worlds, look no further than the bookwandering tales of Tilly and Oskar in the bestselling children’s series Pages & Co. Wholly unique and full of kindness, adventure and courage I’m proud to introduce you to this exciting and cosy book series author ~ Anna James.

Meet Gianna Pollero

I’m excited to be able to introduce you to the new kids author on the block – Gianna Pollero! Based in Kent, Gianna has just released her debut children’s book Monster Doughnuts, featuring 10-year-old Grace who owns a bakery and also has the knack of hunting down monsters with the best bate there is – cake, cookies and doughnuts! But it isn’t until her Monster Scanning Machine picks up on the rather alerting situation of human-gobbling, doughnut-eating cyclops Mr Harris that Grace realises that she’s going to have her hands full when it comes to this challenge!

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Even when the moon is just a thin white crescent, the rest of the moon is still there, in shadow. It has not gone anywhere–we just can’t see it. Look for the part of the moon that is hidden in shadow, Henrietta. Trust that it is there even when it can’t be seen.

The Secret of Nightingale Wood by Lucy Strange
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