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Tag Archives: Interviews
As part of the UKYA Extravanganza blog tour, there’s an interview with me at George Lester Writes, where he cruelly asks me whether I’d rather meet an alien visitor or travel to outer space! A quick reminder that if you’ve … Continue reading
Today there’s a Teens Top Ten 2014 interview with me over at YALSA’s (the Young Adult Library Services Association) The Hub. #SFWAPRO
EARTH FLIGHT is out now in the UK! We have achieved trilogy! You can read a book birthday interview with me by Mo O’Hara over at Author Allsorts. EARTH FLIGHT will be available in Canada, Australia and Europe as soon as the … Continue reading
You can discover five things you didn’t know about me, and five things you didn’t know about Jarra, in a feature at Pen to Paper blog. #SFWApro
You can take a look at a new interview with me by Tabitha of Not Yet Read where the topics of conversation vary from some serious issues to discussing giant, winged, fire-breathing meerkats. Now EARTH STAR is available in the USA, there are … Continue reading
Henry L Herz interviews me for the San Diego Children’s Books Examiner and the Kidlit, Fantasy and Sci Fi-website. You can see the full interview here. Oh and it’s now just 12 days until book 2 in the EARTH GIRL trilogy, … Continue reading
Today I answer 20 random questions in an interview for SisterSpooky
As part of Sci-Fi Month, there’s an interview with me and a giveaway over at Looking for the Panacea.
Joanna Celeste has done an interview with me at You Read It Here First. You can also read Joanna’s reviews of both Earth Girl and Earth Star at Blogcritics.