This coming Monday (31 July) I will be at the: Can't Put It Down Festival in Herne Hill, London.
The festival is held at the most wonderful children's bookshop in the world - Tales On Moon Lane and is running all week.
My slot is ticket only (£3 each) and runs 3.30-4.30pm on Monday 31 July.
If you'd like a ticket, or want to find out more about the Can't Put It Down Festival then please click on this link:
Tales On Moon Lane - Can't Put It Down Festival
To mark the beginning of the UK school summers holidays, EATS is free to download on Amazon for the last two days of term.
That's a FREE eBook of EATS from Amazon for today and tomorrow only. I'd love reviews in return if possible and please pass it on!
IThe offer is on Pacific time (8 hours behind us)
Get reading this summer!
Congratulations to Maryland Primary School who had the winning bid for my school visit to raise funds for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The bid was won by Stephanie Houghton who deserves a big shout out!
Thank you to everyone who helped organise this fundraising event and to everyone who was involved. It raised more than £150,000 in total - triumphant effort.
in case you missed the article about Fuzzles here is the link: http://www.hertsad.co.uk/news/education/st-albans-student-wins-national-dog-naming-competition-1-5076350
These books are so much fun. I'm also reading the Mog stories for the thousandth time because you're never too old for picture books.
If you're in or around Cambridge today please some and see me.
I'm at Parkers Piece as part of The Big Read (run by 52 Stories) at The Big Weekend which is part of the Cambridge Live Festival.
Parkers Piece is a big open green bit very near The Queen's Arcade.
My slot is 4pm but it is going on from 12-6.
Lots of things for children of all ages to get involved in. Fun, fun, fun!
I'm getting some wonderful reviews and lovely golden stars on Amazon for EATS. You can join in too if you like? It really makes a big difference, so thank you!
I visit quite a few local schools so sometimes when I'm walking down the street a reader will say hello to me. It's fantastic - I feel like a celebrity!
I was at my daughter's sports day yesterday and a girl said, "Hello Camilla!"
"I read EATS. It was brilliant!"
"Thank you. I'm so glad you enjoyed it."
I mean, come on, what more does an author need? Brilliant? She said it was brilliant!
Tomorrow (Saturday 8 July) I am appearing at the 52 Stories Festival at Parker's Piece, Cambridge at 2pm.
It is all totally FREE and loads of great stuff happening for kids of all ages. It runs from 12-4pm.
Be great to see you there!
Here's the link to find out more: 52 Stories
Or you can go to their Facebook Page
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