How Do You Find Your Story?
Where do you get your ideas?
Let’s start with a quick quiz: Name your top five children’s books with Asian protagonists.
Every year I go on holiday with friends and family to the same Italian seaside town.
For our June monthly favourites we have a special guest; Eric from lonesomereader.com.
Since my debut novel about a boy and his grandfather was published earlier this month, I’ve had the opportunity to hear from many adults who’ve been eager to share memories about their own grandpar
In the second book of the Harry Potter series from Titan Books, Jody Revenson explores the wondrous world of Harry.
People often ask me “What inspired your amazingly funny and exciting book The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones?” Actually, no-one’s ever asked me that because it’s my first book and it’s
Ever felt like you stick out too much, that the world is a cruel place and that it would be better if you hid away in your burrow - sorry, bedroom? If so, meet your kindred spirit in rabbit form: Fuzz McFlops.
Ivy Pocket is a 12-year-old maid of no importance. She is the girl that everyone seeks to avoid yet she finds herself mixed up in a most unlikely adventure.
A quiet yet charming book for younger children, Dot and Anton is a sweet story from the well-loved author of Emil and the Detectives and The Parent Trap.
The Wild Beyond is the suspenseful finale to "The Last Wild", Piers Torday’s fantasy trilogy for younger readers.
There’s always the worry with a writer this adored that you might not love the new book as much as their previous titles.
Meet Violet Remy-Robinson: amateur sleuth, great friend and not at all a master of disguise. In her second adventure Violet is wrapping up a holiday in India with her godmother.
Hamish Ellerby lives with his mum and older brother in Starkley, the UK’s fourth most boring town. Or is it? Soon things are about to get interested – and dangerous.
When a mysterious shop made of sparkling black stone appears nestled among the original shops on a Glasgow street people are curious.
Witch Wars is a hybrid of The Hunger Games, The Worst Witch and Teen Vogue. The first in a commercial new series aimed at girls aged seven and over from fashion journalist and debut author Sibéal Pounder, it gives witches a seriously glitzy make-over.
Tom Avery’s previous novel My Brother’s Shadow is currently on the Carnegie longlist and his latest novel Not as We Know It does nothing but affirm this author’s prowess.