London Baby!

You've heard the saying when country comes to town. Last week it really did. On the 16th of June I returned to where it all started back within the M25. The big smoke, home to Buckingham Palace and our nation's capital, London! The lovely folks at Waterstones Uxbridge held an event for me to sign copies of my latest novel THE LETTER along with copies of my other titles. I can't believe that it has been EIGHT years since I was in store armed with fluorescent pink copies of Katy Carter. Like me my book covers may have become a 'little' more reserved than during my early years! I'm trying not to make this sound like an Oscar acceptance speech but I'd also like to say a big thank you to my paren

Skool's out for Summer!

Well, it almost is and there will be many happy faces when the bell rings on the last day of term - from both teachers and pupils! On this matter you can trust me because I've been there. Pupils and teachers will have all been working really hard to get to this point and for some pupils it marks the next step toward adulthood as they venture into further education or start a new job. For the teachers it's often met with mixed feelings as you say goodbye to the young people you've got to know through the terms but blink and you'll be showing the next intake where the library is or worse the nurse! Having taught for over twenty years in schools from inner London, Cornwall, Devon, to the Caribb

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