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
War Girls is a wonderful collection of short stories that vividly brings to life the reality of the First World War for young women at the time.
Everything in Indigo Blackwood's life is sweet. Totally popular. Place on the cheerleading squad. Captain of the football team boyfriend. Yes, there's the small matter of her best friend actually being a truly horrible person but, you know, all things considered, life is pretty good.
The motif of a magical pen or pencil creating a magical world is not unfamiliar in the world of children’s literature, as used by Crockett Johnson’s 1955 story Harold’s Purple Crayon and, more recently, by Drew Daywalt’s picture book The Day the Crayons Quit.
Hattie Moore is your average teenage girl, obsessed with typical teenage issues such as boyfriends, braces, popularity and female rivalry.
Tanya has been able to see fairies all of her life and with this comes two problems. The first: her parents can't see them and so she must make up stories to explain the strange, magical things that happen to her. The second: it turns out fairies aren't so nice.
Since the age of six, Charley has been plagued by flashes – disturbing images of deaths and confusing visions she finds impossible to piece together.
It’s not easy being Chief Detective of Spook Detective Agency, as Araminta Spook well knows. Sometimes, mysteries are incredibly hard to come by and then, just like buses, several come along all at once. And so it is for Araminta in the sixth instalment of this quirky adventure-packed series.