In March, as schools closed, I did wonder what next?
All the events, schools visits and opportunities to share my books disappeared.
I'd set up some raffle giveaways asking questions along the way; these questions gave me something to write on my blogs.
I was then asked to take part in an EYFS Bus Day. I had to think about what activities to do and I chose 'Daisy Daydream the Nursery Rhyme Bus', for the day.
I was then asked to do another day and this time I decided to do a special edition of 'A Spooky Tale', adapted for my family. This story had also won a silver medal this summer in the Wishing shelf Book Awards.
My little friend Harriet is definately ready to sort out the crocodile!
So with a day set for the 28th October I was looking forward to it . Then i learnt that I was to be the featured author for the week. what a surprise.
Read the newsletter and join in the fun. EYFS Home
The SpookyTales EYFS Day. EYFS
Oh, and if you join the Spooky Tales day you will hear the background story for my next book, 'Barty Barton the Bear that Was Loved Too Much'. But can you love a bear too much?
It has certainly been an interesting year.
I have a few more books to work on next year, so in the meantime sign up for my newsletter to check out forthcoming events.
Where to get my books
Books are available from the following: My Books
Don't forget to look and ask in your local Museum, book shop or even buy on your Sainsburys on line shop!