The latest Floss review came in today, from Alex Tatulescu who lives near London. I hope you can read the image – it’s so nice to read his letter as he wrote it. In case the image isn’t quite clear enough, you can read his review here. And yes, Alex, I’ve already started the next book. It’s set in the same village, but it’s a … Continue reading Is it safe to publish?
A review just in from Julie Whyman in York (UK), who read the book Floss the lost puppy to a group of excitable 5-9 yr olds: “What a wonderful, engaging romp through Transylvania, via England and Wales: it has made us all want to leave a windy and dismal Yorkshire to jump into waist-high snow in the enchanting environs of Hay. You have a brilliant … Continue reading English kids love Floss’s story
Never give up on a story because you think it’ll never be published! Have confidence in your writing and put faith in your characters. Free your imagination! Continue reading When an idea takes flight…
Only launched at Bookfest last Friday, the initial print run of Dragoni pe cerul Londrei (Dragons over London) is already sold out! Congratulations to the Booklet Fiction team, who have had to nudge the printers for a swift second print run after only six days… Thanks to children, parents and teachers for showing such enthusiasm for George and his dragons that 3,000 copies of the … Continue reading Dragons SOLD OUT a week after launch