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I’m back from a looooong week in Guernsey with the Schools Library Service. Along with fellow authors Steve Antony and Nick Cook, I visited schools, held author talks, ran library workshops, gave interviews – and much more.
Great fun but – let me tell you… Visiting 15 different schools in just five days (plus a couple of library events) is a killer!
I’m now going to take a short break while I enjoy a few days off. Normal service will resume shortly.
I’m going away! Just for a week…
This evening I fly to Guernsey for a week of school and library visits for the Schools Library Service and the Guille-Alles Library, where I will be in the company of fellow authors Nick Cook and Steve Antony!
Tomorrow, I’ll be running a Doctor Who Day at the Guille-Alles Library (if you’re in Guernsey, come along and say hello!), and then it’s on to a week packed with school events. Lots of fun!
Radio silence may follow for a few days, but I’ll bring you back a stick of rock…
Check out this exclusive clip from the latest episode of Scream Street where Luke and Resus are rival competitors in the annual Zombie Derby.
This episode was penned by Simpson’s and Pinky and The Brain writer, Reid Harrison, and I was lucky enough to be in the writers’ room at Coolabi HQ as he, show runner Giles Pilbrow, and fellow writer Ben Ward fleshed out the concept. Even more impressive – Reid had flown in from Paris just for the meeting!
This episode has to be one of my favourites of the series so far – with some amazing animation, powerful character scenes and more laughs than you can shake a diseased spleen at!
All new Scream Street episodes continue on CBBC every day this week.
Tomorrow, The Watsons search the web in order to find the perfect holiday destination – eventually settling on The Brown Lagoon!
Check out this preview here, then catch the episode at 3.25pm tomorrow or afterwards on BBC iPlayer.
Luke grabs a last-minute birthday present for his mum, and puts the whole of Scream Street in danger as a result!
Check out an exclusive clip below, and then catch the episode on CBBC or afterwards on BBC iPlayer!
You may have spotted that Cleo’s daddy, Niles, is a mummy – and she’s rather ashamed of him. But will everything come out right when Otto and Dixon get a whiff of the treasure buried deep below 22 Scream Street?
Check out an exciting excerpt below, then catch the episode live on CBBC, or afterwards on the spook-tacular BBC iPlayer!