I have always enjoyed writing; it enables me to develop my creativity and allows me to escape into a world I create. Although challenging and frustrating at times, the feeling of reward in being able to hold a published paper copy of my books is what motivates me to keep writing. Click on the book covers for more information, and feel free to get yourself or your family/friends a copy!
Beautifully written, Big in Japan fully encapsulates how music has the power to unite and inspire others as well as be a way for young people to openly express themselves. Overall, a gripping read not short of excitement, teenage romance and an overwhelming desire to not give up. I couldn't put it down and would highly recommend it.
Trust Them, They're Lying is an original book, with the right amount of suspense. There is a lot of good vocabulary but it is easy to read, the enigmas are hooking and well thought-out. A very enjoyable read!
Accidentally on Purpose is an outstanding book about two sisters their pranks and silliness, bringing laughter and tears that I think all people of my age can relate to. I would recommend reading it as it is very funny and enjoyable. If you like Accidentally on Purpose you might also like Lost in the Arctic as I did.
Lost in the Arctic is a very pleasant story that I bought for my children's friends as birthday presents. The plot is interesting and the setting is rather intriguing and so is the narrator's perspective. There are a few good ingredients like adventure, suspense, animals, which make it attractive to children 8 to 13. And buying this book is a nice way to encourage this very young author's talent and to prove to other children that writing a full novel at the age of 12 (or so) can be done and very well done: this book is an inspiration to others and should be recommended!
I enjoyed Lost in the Arctic very much , especially as it is written by a 12 year old. I liked the vocabulary as Louisa used many new words to me which made me think about them and use a dictionary. I liked how the story line flowed rather jumping backwards and forwards to different events. I really recommend this book to my age group and upwards.