I have discovered that my YA novel Sugar Sugar has been selected for this year’s White Ravens Catalogue. What is the White Ravens Catalogue?, I hear you ask. Well, there is an institution called the International Youth Library (IYL), a collection of books housed in the Blutenburg Castle in Munich, Germany. Each hear the IYL selects a list … Continued
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Borders has rearranged its Carlton branch and they are having a relaunch tomorrow evening. A number of authors will be there talking about their books—including me. I will be talking about my latest book Sugar Sugar which is set in the 1970s on the hippy trail across Europe and the Middle East. I will be … Continued
I have one more public event before I finish a busy couple of months promoting Sugar Sugar. If anyone in Melbourne wants to come along and hear me talk, get me to sign a book or have a chat. This is where I will be: 11.30 am Saturday 29th May Ringwood Angus & Robinson Shop … Continued
I will now talking and signing books at two Sydney bookshops next week. So if you want to come along and hear about my latest book Sugar Sugar, see some photos of what I looked like in the 70s and say hello, this is where I’ll be. Both events are free but please ring or … Continued
My latest book, Sugar Sugar, is available as an ebook at ebooks.com This is my first ebook and it’s a bargain at US$9.99. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, you can buy my new book! I’ll be very interested to see if anyone buys it.
Over the next month or so, I’ll be touring around a bit to celebrate the release of my new book, Sugar Sugar. I’ll be talking (about the book), answering questions (about anything) and signing (books, bookmarks, bus tickets). Bookings are necessary at some of these events. I hope to see some of my readers there. … Continued
It’s April and that’s when my new book hits the shops. Which is exciting and scary. (Scary for me, not anyone who reads it!) The book is called Sugar Sugar and it’s something very different for me. It’s my first book for a young adult audience. It’s also not set in ancient times. It is, … Continued