In the spotlight - pony book author Victoria Eveleigh

Hello! I am super pleased to be able to share with you the second in my exclusive series of interviews with pony book authors. In the spotlight today is none other than Victoria Eveleigh, author of Katy's Exmoor Ponies, The Horseshoe Trilogy and A Stallion Called Midnight. I was lucky enough to meet Victoria - known as Tortie to her friends - just over two years ago at a day-long conference on pony books at Cambridge University. We had a lovely time chatting about - you guessed it - writing and ponies. After all, what else is there to talk about?! So Tortie, when did you first realise you wanted to be a writer? I became a writer by accident, really. English was one of my weaker subjec

Exclusive Q&A with pony book author Katharina Marcus

Hello! Today I am hugely excited to share with you an interview with the super-talented Katharina Marcus, author of the Hawthorne Horses series among other equally brilliant books. It will be the first in a series of Q&As with the many pony book authors I have met since I first started writing The Lost Pony of Riverdale six years ago. I spent twenty years as a journalist and firing questions at people was one of my favourite parts of the job (not that I'm nosy or anything....). So I decided to put my interrogation skills to good use and quiz my author pals about life, the universe and everything. I hope you enjoy the result! So Kat, when did you first realise you wanted to be a write

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