My new novel The Attic child (available for pre-order) will be released in 2022. This is the first time I have based a novel on a real person! A little boy from the Congo, Africa who lived in London, England during the Edwardian era.
I’m looking forward to introducing him to you, but before then, here’s a preview of the book cover.
Hope you like it.
I look at it and my heart sings!
With World Mental Health Day on October 10th and Black History Month 2021 on… well, all month, my article for Rethink Mental Health incorporates the two: If trauma can be passed down through generations, so can joy.
Have a read, share and feel free to comment below or on my social media channels. Let’s normalise discussing mental health!
So last night I was interviewed on Sky news about a petition I started some weeks ago.
I was only slightly nervous, so not sure if you could tell!
I will try and find a way of uploading the video here and in the meantime, please sign the petition which you can find HERE:
We are currently at just under 75k signatures!
And who knows, if it gets to 100k there might be a trip to Downing Street….
It’s been a while since my last blog post, but little did I know way back then, what the world would be facing in the year that is 2020.
We are only 8 months in and for many it has been life-changing.
My heart and my prayers go out to all those who’ve lost their lives and way of lives because of the Coronavirus, Covid-19 worldwide pandemic.