The final MetaWars book asks readers to consider tough choices about how we live with technology and the environment.
I’m delighted to share some huge news; my newest book, Memoirs of a Neurotic Zombie, has been acquired by Faber.
The Canadian High Commission of London threw an awesome event called BookFest to celebrate Canadian authors and boost literacy in London alongside the Evening Standard’s monumental Get London Reading event.
This week I received two pieces of incredible fan art. Check them out!
Last week the Rotherham Children’s Book Awards announced their 2013 winners, and much to my surprise (and delight), MetaWars won its category!
Like most of the world, I went to see the new Superman (aka “El, Kal El”) and this is what I learned.
(Note: A version of this post first appeared on Book Engine) Writing can be a lonely pursuit. I spend hours inside my own imagination, forming a meaningful relationship with my MacBook Pro and coffee machine. And so it was a wondrous break from this isolated routine when I embarked on my first book tour this […]
I’ve been lax about blogging here because I’ve been busy guest blogging for other sites, but I thought I’d share some quick thoughts about the wonderful release party thrown by West End Lane Books, my local NW6 indie bookshop. Danny van Emden has been involved with the METAWARS project since it was a draft manuscript. […]