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Tag Archives: Bea Davenport
This is an adaptation of something I saw on Twitter – people were posting 26 books in 26 days, each title beginning with a different letter of the alphabet. Don’t worry – I’m planning on taking around 26 months to … Continue reading
Bea Davenport was the first writer I met in real life. Our debut novels were published in 2013, and we did several bookshop and library events together, and then repeated the process with our second novels in 2014. Since then, … Continue reading
Here it is, My Cousin Faustina, Bea Davenport’s second children’s book – and this one’s a novel with a difference. Commissioned by Fiction Express, it’s aimed at (reluctant) readers age 10-plus. Bea tells us more about it in the Q&A … Continue reading
This time tomorrow 2014 will be a thing of the past. It’s been a busy year for me with, as usual, highs and lows and funny bits and decidedly unfunny bits. Here are a few of my own more memorable … Continue reading
Remember the children’s rhyme? It’s the title of Bea Davenport’s new book, and there’s a connection between the story and the rhyme. To find out what it is, though, you’ll have to buy the book – I have! A week … Continue reading
Well, I had a brilliant time in Glasgow launching The Cold Cold Sea. The city was looking great after hosting the Commonwealth Games; flowers everywhere and a really good, energetic atmosphere in the air. I missed the Duke of Wellington … Continue reading