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NEW BOOK BY NORWICH AUTHOR SHERIDAN WINN

The Eastern Daily Press published an article about Boudica’s Daughters:

Set in Breckland, it tells the tale of two pairs of sisters living 2,000 years apart. It is described as a modern-day tale about coming to terms with a terrible violation, and the story of the daughters of Queen Boudica of the Iceni tribe echoes that of today.

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BOUDICA’S DAUGHTERS IS PUBLISHED!

Boudica’s Daughters is a YA psychological adventure told on two timelines: one contemporary, the other Iron Age. The story is set in the Breckland, an isolated area of West Norfolk and home to the Iceni tribe two thousand years ago.

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EAST ANGLIAN BOOK AWARDS 2016 – THE AWARDS DINNER

As judge of the Mal Peet Children's Award - part of the East Anglian Book Awards 2016 - I was delighted to give the prize for best children's book to Linda Davies, for her wonderful, imaginative story, Longbow Girl. Here we are at the end of a lovely awards dinner at...

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TALKING TO NORWICH WRITERS’ CIRCLE

I'm pleased to have been invited to give a talk to Norwich Writers' Circle on Tuesday 1st November at Anteros Gallery (The Fishergate Room) at 7.30pm. I will also launch a Circle Competition for the Colin Sutton Cup for Humour. https://norwichwriters.wordpress.com

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