Category Archives: True Fire
In the run up to the release of True Power, here’s a deleted scene from True Fire for you to enjoy and ponder why it was cut.
True Fire has been nominated for the Branford Boase Award for “the most promising book for seven year-olds and upwards by a first time novelist in the UK during 2014”. Announcements in The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Bookseller. … Continue reading
What could be better than being able to read the first chapter of True Fire for free? Apart from coffee? And beer? And cats? And afternoon naps? And a guitar riff gripping your soul? And a smile from a beautiful … Continue reading
To celebrate the first few months of True Fire‘s release, I’m giving away five copies to Goodreads members here in the UK. It’ll run from midnight on 11 August to midnight 18 August. Be lucky.
Megan: You know what you want and you’re not going to let anything stop you: distance, armies, rationality… Eleanor: You might be pass the first flush of youth, but you still like to party. On your own if necessary. No … Continue reading
It was a girl who started it. Isn’t it always? I’d been writing since my teens — bad superhero parodies — but it was a bid to exorcise the demons of a relationship that never was that inspired me to … Continue reading