Book Trust Writer In Residence
I am blogging a little less often on this site until the end of August 2015, as I am busy writing my weekly blog post for Book Trust. It's a real honour to have been made their Writer In Residence and I am so enjoying writing each week's blog. I have been touched by the messages sent in response to the blog posts. I hope you enjoy reading them.
Here's the link to this week's blog:
You can find all the past blogs on the Book Trust site too.
I am delighted that 'Red Leaves' has been shortlisted for 'The Redbridge Book Award' In the Teenage category.
My storytelling quilt has had several outings and seems to be in great demand by teachers (InSeT's for Pop Up Festival) and students alike as an inspiration to creative writing. Teachers and students in several schools are creating their own patchwork paper quilts containing young people's stories, objects and materials.
|Patchwork storytelling quilt made by designer Grace Manning - www.graceemilymanning.co.uk|
What are the next pieces in my patchwork of storytelling?
I am currently writing 'Car Wash Wish' for Barrington Stoke
And...I am so excited to be beginning a new commission for Macmillan Children's Books...
It definitely contains something at the heart of the artichoke!
Happy Spring time to you all,