Mortal Kombat II is still the best game in the franchise. I became a disciple of it back in the 90s...and I still love it today.
Tracks was a British teen fiction imprint from the 80s/90s. An entire generation grew up with these books. So what happened to them?
Information about my new cover art. Eeeek!
I should have blogged a bit more, after all I'm a writer and what is blogging if not writing about your life? I sometimes turn this website into my personal diary, confess too much about the biscuits I eat or the brands of tea I drink. I haven't been able to blog as much because… Continue reading Rumours of a Hurricane
I'm very happy to reveal the cover of my forthcoming novel North Of Porter. It was handcrafted and photographed by Ida Henrich who put together the artwork for Endless Empress. I'm so pleased with it. I hope you love it like I do: Teenager Porter Minter arrives in Castlecrankie in a car that has no… Continue reading Cover Reveal!
Chris Close, the official photographer of Edinburgh Book Festival, has shot iconic photographs of famous authors for years. And he asked me to be his latest subject! The result is hanging up alongside the other author portraits in Charlotte Square! But get there fast because the festival ends on Monday. If you can't get there...here's… Continue reading 3D Me!
I attended the annual Teen Titles party last night and just like last year...it was wonderful! I got there a little bit late because I was spending time with Cathy MacPhail at the Edinburgh Book Festival. Our taxi driver was a big angry, swearing and hissing as he drove us from Charlotte Square to the… Continue reading Teen Titles!