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Here's a review of Boudica's Daughters by Kim Dyer of Arkham Reviews. Thank you, Kim! https://arkhamreviews.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/boudicas-daughters/
And wishing you a happy, healthy and successful 2017! At the end of April, Fischer Verlag will publish the first Sprite prequel, Flame's Story. At the end of September, Fischer will publish the tenth and final story in the Sprite Sister series.
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.
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.
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...
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
SHERIDAN WINN IS JUDGE FOR THE MAL PEET CHILDREN’S BOOK AWARD – PART OF THE EAST ANGLIAN BOOK AWARDS 2016
Her three shortlisted titles are:- Fenn Halfin and the FearZero by Francesca Armour-Chelu (Walker) Custom Fast Wheels by Joe Currie (Propolis) Longbow Girl by Linda Davies (Chicken House) Sheridan says, 'The standard of entries was very high this year and it was tough...
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Photographs I took today of the landscape around Sprite Towers in North Norfolk.