There are too many to share them all, so I've picked out some of my favourites. The first one is my good friend Lorna. She now lives in Oz. I'd like to say that she flew especially over for the launch, but it was just really lucky timing. I love all these pictures but I especially like the Sade ones where the wig got passed around. Thanks very much to my brother Timo Hebditch (click here for his website) who took the photos.
Thank you to everyone who came on Saturday for the launch of Jarred Dreams. It was an amazing feeling. I have been waiting for the photos, courtesy of my brother, Timo (who many people thought was my professional photographer for the day) but in the meantime here is a picture of me doing the reading. I was given a bit of a push to do this by my SCBWI friends, but I am so glad I did it. If you missed the launch and want a signed book, just go to my buy books page.
If you can make it to the launch of Jarred Dreams it would be great to see you, or even meet you!
Where? The Oddfellow's Arms, Leyton Green, Harpenden
When? Saturday 14 May 3-6pm
What? Book readings, signings, some kind of made up speech around 4pm, crafts for kids, games and all that sort of thing.
Who? All welcome
Cost? Free! The bar will be serving drinks and food as normal.
You can drop in anytime between 3-6pm. It will be very informal. I was hoping for glorious sunshine so we could all spill out into their lovely pub garden, but alas it will be cold, so indoors, or wrap up warm for the braver ones who want to sit outside.
You can read my interview with Katherine Sunderland by clicking below. Katherine reviews and recommends books and writes an amazing blog all about books. She's my kind of girl.
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Enjoyed this tonight. It was great to try out the game and talk about the book. Mortified to find out that the session is called Chatterbooks, not Chatterboxes. It wasn't until I wrote it inside a book sale that I realised my mistake. Oh dear, big apologies. The girl who bought the book was very nice about it. I can't mention her name - but thank you to her anyway, for being so understanding. I guess you have a one of a kind now. When I'm world famous it will be priceless (emoji wink).
I'm getting some fantastic reviews on Amazon! Thanks to all of you who have read it and gone on to write about what you thought. It makes a big difference. PLUS I love my little daily check on there to see how it is going and what people are saying. Gives me a real buzz. The other day two of my daughter's classmates were talking about the characters and it was brilliant. I thought, 'this is why I am doing this.' So THANK YOU!
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