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I'm a children's book writer and mummy living in the sunny island of Malta. My debut picture book, ""Giraffe's New Scarf"", was published in 2016 and I have several other books coming up.

I am also a winner of the Springtime Short Story competition with UK's Little Acorn Publishing and my middle grade short story, ""Chipper and the Happiness Machine"" was included in their latest book, Little Acorn Anthology Volume One, in Spring of 2017.



I've written 16 books, including the Wicked Tales series of short stories. I mostly write for the 7-12 years age group.

SuperBaby started with a bedtime story I made up for one of my grandchildren. I included a short version of it in Wicked Tales Four, but decided that wasn't enough: the character is so funny and so cute that I had to give him his own book.

Ed Wicke


I'm a YA comic fantasy author living in Lancashire, in the UK. I always wanted to be an author, ever since primary school and we wrote our first stories. I've written six books so far, all of them comic fantasy. I struggled to finish a manuscript until I participated in NaNoWriMo in 2007, when I finished the first draft of Eggs, Butter, Sugar and Disaster. Once I got a contract and got it finished, I started working on a book I had started earlier the same year - Miss Prince. That became the first in the Vampires Don't Belong in Fairy Tales series. The others in the series are The Map is the Treasure, Vampires Don't Belong in Fairyland, Magic and Other Things in Bottles and Fairy Roots. It's great fun to write (except editing, which my webcomic readers can tell you I hate!) and I have at least another two books planned. VDBiF is set in three magical worlds, plus Earth, collectively referred to as the Otherworlds, that are all interconnected by magical doors. The people there believe in story karma - that the world runs on stories, and that deviating from them will cause trouble. I enjoy writing in this world particularly because there's so much to poke fun at, and so many diverse stories and tropes in folklore and popular culture to explore.



I am a physiotherapist by profession but worked as an English language teacher for a few years. I am a mom and when my son was about 2-3years of age. I used to write stories to help him read. Now he's 7years old and I still write lots of stories for him to learn new vocabulary. I have one published book, another on the way and several other unpublished work. 



I have two books out in the big wide world right now. The first is called, The Mystery of the Disappearing Underpants and the second, Time School: We Will Remember Them. Both are middle-grade fiction stories, aimed at children from 8/9 to 12.



I write two children's book series. Tigeropolis is my main series. It's about a family of vegetarian tigers running their own wildlife reserve in the foothills of the Himalayas. It's fun, but with conservation at its heart. The books are for ages 7-11. I also write the Adventures of Captain Bobo picture book series for ages 4 plus.



I'm a writer and poet who's had over 30 books published so far, including the Stinkbomb & Ketchup-Face series and my award-winning picture-book There's a Pig Up My Nose. I'm originally from Northern Ireland, where I grew up in the coastal towns of Larne and Portstewart, but now I live in the town of Stroud in Gloucestershire, England. It's beautiful here, but I miss the sea! My books tend to be very funny and quite silly, though I have written a couple of fantasy adventures, too. But as I always say: you can write anything you want to! Oh, and I love visiting schools to talk about my work.



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