A Q&A with the queen of unicorns!

Hello! Today I'm excited to bring you a Q&A with a lovely friend of mine - Kate Gordon, author of middle grade fantasy novel Lily and the Unicorn King. Although I only met Kate last year, it feels as though I have known her for much longer. We are part of a four-strong group of children's authors who offer each other practical and emotional support as we navigate our way through the sometimes calm, occasionally turbulent - and always interesting - waters of indie publishing. Kate is from New Zealand, and although we have only chatted via Skype so far, I would love to visit her at home in Wanaka in New Zealand's South Island one day. I will now stop waffling! Grab yourself a cuppa, put your f

Find out what I've been up to this summer

Hello! The long summer holiday is drawing to a close here in the UK and already there's the faintest whiff of autumn in the air. My summer has been full of the three Rs - Riding, Running and (w)Riting. [Sorry, I couldn't resist!] Riding has been really fun. As well as my weekly hacks and schooling sessions on Dobbie, the beautiful 15.1hh dark bay Connemara I am lucky enough to ride every Friday, we competed in our second ever show together! We entered two classes - the novice open and the novice horse - and although I was nervous I managed to keep the nerves in check. Dobbie was brilliant, going clear in the first class and having just the last fence down in the second. Finding out we'd notc

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