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
Niall Rivers thinks the house on the hill looks so spooky that even real ghosts would think twice before going there after dark. His mother, however, has other ideas and they have to go there to collect bric-a-brac for the school fete.
If you enjoy classic fairytale journeys through forests, over mountains and across kingdoms then this is the book for you.
After the events of the previous term at Shiverton Hall, Arthur and his friends could not be blamed for hoping for a quieter few weeks on their return after Christmas.
This is a story of quest, pursuit, and rescue. Storm Chaser is the sequel to last year’s Sun Catcher which also focuses on the resourceful Maia. This time she is searching for the elusive moon moth, and silk.
We Were Liars tells the story of Cadence, the eldest of the Sinclair grandchildren. The Sinclairs are a wealthy American family who spend every summer on their family island in a haze of beach trips, cocktails, and suppressed problems and tensions.
Things are going well for Paige Lord. Not only is she doing well at school but she’s just found she’s got the part of Juliet in the school play and will be playing opposite her crush Alex Taylor, which means spending a lot more time with him.
This is the story of a bear who has no particular skills. Unloved by his first owners he waits in the charity shop for someone to love. Finally he is taken home to six other bears that all have very important jobs, but not him.
Riot opens with a quote from a real interview broadcast in 2012 and Mussi has taken that interview to its extreme but logical conclusion. Sometime in the near future the government is introducing a bill where the children of poor people will be forcibly sterilised.
"This is no fairy tale. This is a horror story." So reads the front cover of Austin’s brand new teen chiller and anyone who picks this up hoping for a reworking of the classic fairy tale will be sorely disappointed.
What if you could hear everyone’s thoughts? You could find out what people really thought, what secrets they were hiding, what lies they were telling. Great, right? But what if they could hear your thoughts too?