Day One of the Dragon Daughter Blog Tour is kindly hosted by @MyBookCorner. Please click through here to read it!
I’m always happy to talk about animals, real or mythological, and I manage to squeeze in plenty of kitten pics while talking about how they might have influenced my dragons!
Day Two of the Dragon Daughter Blog Tour comes courtesy of the Federation of Children’s Book Groups - click here to read it.
It’s all about the characters of Dragon Daughter, and is illustrated by these gorgeous character portraits by teenage artist Molly Hill, who has just done her art GCSE - I love how she’s imagined everyone!
Day Three of the Dragon Daughter Blog Tour is hosted by the fabulous Book Monsters blog, with huge thanks to @BookMonsterAlly for this lovely review - click here to read it!
Today the post is all about the many real-life places that went into the recipe for the imaginary island of Arcosi, staring with a pinch of Hebden Bridge.
Day 4 of the Dragon Daughter blog tour comes to you via Scott Evans’ fabulous blog The Reader Teacher, in the form of this Q&A which really made me think. Click here to read it!
There’s also a UK giveaway, ending 10th July, via Scott’s original tweet - see @MrEPrimary on Twitter!
Day 5 of the Dragon Daughter blog tour is hosted by Vincent Ripley’s wonderful Enchanted Books blog which has been a brilliant support for the book since the start! Thank you, Vincent! Click here to read the post.
In this post, I share some of my favourite middle-grade dragon books, including ones by Cressida Cowell, Andy Shepherd and Stephanie Burgis!
Day 6 is the final day of the Dragon Daughter blog tour! Huge thanks to Vivienne Dacosta for hosting me on her fabulous Serendipity Reviews blog. Click here to read it.
Here I talk about a typical writing day, why writers should have dogs, and the #100DaysOfWriting Challenge I tried last year which was a revelation!
What’s your writing day like?