The seventh kind soul to agree to be interrogated for my series of Q&As with pony book authors is the very lovely Cressida Ellen Schofield.
Cressida, the author of The Izzy Brown Stories, has been my long-suffering writing buddy for a few years now, and is always at the end of an email when I'm in need of encouragement or support - or advice on an apostrophe!
Writing can be a lonely old business. We authors spend hours locked away in our writing caves with only o
I've been so busy quizzing my fellow pony book authors these last couple of months that I haven't had a chance to share my own news with you, so I thought it was high time I let you know what I've been up to since I last wrote.
It's been a busy summer, the highlights of which were two weeks in the south of France and my first ever show on Dobbie...but more of that later.
France was great. It was blisteringly hot but it gave me the chance to realise a lifelong amb
Today I bring you the latest in my series of exclusive Q&As with my fellow pony book authors.
This time I put award-winning author Sheena Wilkinson under the spotlight and quiz her mercilessly about her writing life. Sheena, who lives in County Down, Northern Ireland, is best known for her Young Adult fiction and has been described by The Irish Times as 'one of our foremost writers for young people'. Happily for us, three of her books feature horses: the gritty Taki
Today I bring you the fifth in my series of exclusive Q&As with my fellow pony book authors.
This time it's the turn of established writer Olivia Tuffin, author of two popular pony book series, The Palomino Pony and A Pony Called Secret.
Olivia's latest book, A Ride to Freedom, the third book in the A Pony Called Secret series, was released just last month.
Read on to find out what inspires Olivia, what pony books she devoured as a child and why everything alwa