Happy Faces

It was so lovely to meet the children at Milborne Port Library and to see so may children enthusiastic about reading books.

We all had great fun investigating Will’s suitcase and working on a code-breaking activity.

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What’s in Will’s suitcase?

The children and I explored what kids might have put in their suitcases when they were evacuated.

Summer Reading Challenge – Library Visits

Hello all!

So this summer I am visiting 7, yes 7 libraries to promote Will’s War and of course to get up to mischief-making in the form of code breaking. Here are a couple of photos of my most recent visit.

From print to published

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So here we are, today is the official day that Will’s War is published!!! It has been a long road and I have learnt many things. One of which is perseverance and determination. The other is to write lots, even if you delete it afterwards you still have something to work with. So I thought this was the end but in fact it is just the beginning. There are many more things to learn not least marketing! However, having got this far i’m not about to give up now. Thank you all for your continued support. Over and out.

 

 

 

Will’s War

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Will’s War – Coming April 2018

Eleven year old Will never expected to find an air raid shelter at the bottom of his grandad’s garden, let alone be transported to WWII London where bombs fall from the sky like raindrops. Terrified he searches for a way back, but before he has a chance to figure out just where the time hole is he gets evacuated to the country. Getting home just got a whole lot harder.