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Matt Haig is an internationally acclaimed writer of adult and children’s novels, screenplays and journalism. His first children’s book ‘Shadow Forest’ won the Blue Peter Book of the Year Award. ‘The Truth Pixie’ is a hilarious and heart-warming story for readers aged 5-8. It’s an uplifting story that celebrates difference and friendship. ‘Father Christmas and Me’ is also now out, the third book in his festive trilogy.
Joan Fallon lives and works in southern Spain. She is the author of 12 books including ‘Daughters of Spain’, and ‘The House on the Beach’. Her latest ‘Love is All’ is a thought provoking look at families, lies, betrayal, and the power of love and hope to overcome the worst of events. It’s a bitter-sweet drama about a woman suffering from locked-in syndrome.
Stephen Llewelyn works in construction. Years spent digging into the foundations of ancient buildings, inspired his research into palaeontology, and in turn, shaped his inventive science fiction trilogy. ‘Survive’ is Book One of the New World Trilogy, which urges readers to re-think what they know about the present, in order to safeguard the Earth’s future.
Sally Russell lives in Manilva on the Costa del Sol. She has written a collection of audio CD’s and numerous stories about a rescue dog called Squirdle, and his adventures with Apollo, her top winning show horse. The CD stories include ‘The Lights of London’, ‘Wimbledon’ and ‘The Christmas Story’