This weekend I visited New York City for the first time in a few years. For a while, when I worked for a transatlantic entertainment company, New York was fast becoming a second home; but lately, between writing full time and having two kids in our midst, it’s been a more distant outpost. When writing […]
When I was young, I loved getting stuff in the mail. I can still remember sending away for a secret, undisclosed Stars Wars action figure in the lead-up to The Empire Strikes Back. Aside from my wedding day and the arrival of my two children, the day the mail man showed up with Bossk was […]
The blockbuster Gravity is both epic and intimate storytelling at the same time, but it excels because of its compelling main character.
It was a cold, autumnal London evening when I got to meet my creative hero, J.J.Abrams.
The final MetaWars book asks readers to consider tough choices about how we live with technology and the environment.
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.
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.