Wednesday, 12 May 2021

Book Signings at Pickled Pepper and Waterstones Gower Street


I've been thrilled to pop in to a couple of bookshops over the past few days to sign copies of THE ARROW OF APOLLO. 

Pickled Pepper in Crouch End is a lovely independent bookshop, with a knowledgeable and friendly bookseller in charge. You can order The Arrow of Apollo from them via email. Their site is here:

And it was great to see Waterstones Gower Street again - I had forgotten how large and extensive their children's department is. The picture above was taken there - a whopping great pile of copies to sign. Hooray!

Thursday, 29 April 2021

From Spare Oom to War Drobe by Katherine Langrish: review

 My review of Katherine Langrish's lovely book about Narnia, From Spare Oom to War Drobe, is in this week's Spectator. Read it here.

Monday, 15 March 2021

Guest Blog on Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books

 The wonderful Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books has a guest post from me today, talking about WILDLORD. Read it here.

Thursday, 4 March 2021

Finished copies of WRITE YOUR OWN MYTHS

 I was also delighted to receive, on World Book Day, a finished copy of WRITE YOUR OWN MYTHS, my creative writing handbook for children. It will be published in America by Sterling Books in April.

Three Children's Books reviewed for Literary Review


I've reviewed three children's books for Literary Review. Read it here.

When the World Was Ours by Liz Kessler

What We're Scared of by Keren David

Two Terrible Vikings by Francesca Simon.

Thursday, 25 February 2021

News: Teen fantasy novel, WILDLORD, to be published October 2021

 I'm absolutely thrilled to announce that my teen novel, WILDLORD, will be published by Little Island in October 2021. Here's the announcement in Bookbrunch.

Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Classical Association Round Up

Philip Hooker of the Classical Association rounded up all the books with classical themes - and I was so pleased to see The Arrow of Apollo in the list. I'm delighted that the Classical community is finding the book: "The most imaginative work is probably Philip Womack’s The Arrow of Apollo, a fresh interpretation of Greek Myth for young adults, set in Achaea and Mycenae 15 years after the Trojan War."