A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Hello! I can't quite believe it's Christmas the day after tomorrow. I don't think I have ever been more disorganised, but that's mainly because the eighth Riverdale book has been going so well, and why wrap presents when you can help Poppy and Cloud solve a mystery or two?! I am over a third of the way to finishing the first draft, and with a bit of luck, a lot of work and a fair wind behind me, I hope Poppy's latest adventure will be released in early February. It took me a long time to think of a plot for Book Eight, but I when I finally did I realised it's a corker. Hopefully I can do it justice! It's too early to let you know what it's about, but here's the last book I read. It co

Brittney Joy on writing, horses, and why she loves being a pony book author

Hello! In my latest author Q&A I put American writer Brittney Joy under the spotlight. Brittney is the author of the Red Rock Ranch series, loved by fans of Canterwood Crest, The Saddle Club and Heartland. Brittney has been mad about horses ever since her parents signed her up for a summer horse camp at the age of ten. She and her family now live in the Oregon countryside with a menagerie of animals, including two horses, chickens, sheep and a goat. Find out why she started writing, where she gets her inspiration and how she overcomes writers' block. So, Brittney, when did you first realise you wanted to be a writer? When I was in high school. I’ve loved reading since I was in middle sch

New author Hollie Anne Marsh on why she loves writing

Hello! Some of the authors I have interrogated - sorry, interviewed - over the past few months have been writing for years and have many books under their belts. A couple are newer authors, and today's writer falls into that category. Hollie Anne Marsh is an Australian author who lives in Barcelona, Spain, with her partner, baby boy, and horse, Frieda. Hollie has been riding since she was a little girl, enjoying activities such as Pony Club, showjumping, eventing, and trail-riding in the great Australian bush. She lived in England for almost ten years where she had two horses and trained them for dressage. She published her first Sweetbriars book, Leaving the City, earlier this yea

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