Children's Fiction, Young Adult

FICTION: Shroom Raider (Capter Seven) by Andrew Murray

This is chapter seven of our serialisation of Andrew Murray's Shroom Raider - make sure you check out the earlier chapters on STORGY Kids....also if you have enjoyed this serialisation of Shroom Raiders please do let us know in the comments - or reach out to Andrew Murray on his Twitter here. Chapter 7 -… Continue reading FICTION: Shroom Raider (Capter Seven) by Andrew Murray

Children's Fiction, Young Adult

FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter Six) by Andrew Murray

This is chapter six of our serialisation of Andrew Murray's Shroom Raider - make sure you check out the earlier chapters on STORGY Kids.... Chapter 6 - Shroom Shooters ‘How much longer is this going to go on?’ whispered Arla from her top bunk.  Sgt Gus had just ordered the lights out, and the whole… Continue reading FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter Six) by Andrew Murray

Children's Fiction

FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter One) by Andrew Murray

We are delighted to be serialising the first seven chapters of Shroom Raider a Young Adult novel by Andrew Murray - we hope you enjoy!   One – New London Can Take It General Willard D. Earthstar peered down through the telescope, across the mile of empty space that separated New London from the Enemy… Continue reading FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter One) by Andrew Murray

Children's Fiction

SHORT STORY: Finnegan the Astrodog by Michael Stevens

Finnegan the dog was thinking about the meaning of life, and of lamb chops. Freeze-dried lamb chops, that is. Finnegan was an astrodog, you see. That’s like an astronaut. Except a dog. Living on a spaceship as a specially-chosen astrodog on a mission to Mars, you get used to freeze-dried stuff. Lamb chops were best.… Continue reading SHORT STORY: Finnegan the Astrodog by Michael Stevens

Book Review, Children's Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: Hydra by Robert Swindells

Something is causing mysterious circles to appear in the cornfields of Canfield Farm. And someone, or something, has obviously terrified Barry Cansfield. But when friends Ben and Midge sneak out to the farm to investigate, they discover a secret more terrifying than they could possibly have imagined.

Interview, Middle Grade Fiction, Uncategorized

INTERVIEW: Nigel Quinlan

About Nigel: Nigel Quinlan is the author of The Cloak of Feathers and The Maloneys’ Magical Weatherbox. He lives in Tipperary with his family and a dog and lots of books. SK: Hi Nigel, thanks for giving us an interview. Your most recent book The Cloak of Feathers is one of our books of the… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Nigel Quinlan