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Ele Fountain talks about her new Middle Grade release Melt, which is out now with Pushkin Press. Melt is an Arctic adventure. It’s the story of two teenagers from very different backgrounds. When their worlds collide on the melting ice, friendship, courage, and ancient knowledge are what they must rely on to survive. How doesContinue reading “Ele Fountain talks about MG novel Melt”
During lockdown, I have revised a story-in-progress to take account of our COVID-19 pandemic, and I know I have not been alone in doing so. I have shifted the setting of my novel to a time, post-pandemic, when my characters are resuming their ‘normal’ lives. The pandemic is still in their thoughts, suppressed for theContinue reading “Where to Place Climate Change in Fiction: Background or Centre Stage? by Anne Charnock”
Anthea Simmons talks about her new release Burning Sunlight, a climate change YA novel out this month with Anderson Press about teenage activists. How do themes of the environment play into your plot and the lives of your protagonists? The environment is absolutely front and centre in Burning Sunlight. It is the issue which bringsContinue reading “Anthea Simmons talks about YA novel BURNING SUNLIGHT”