R.M. Tudor's news

R.M. Tudor's news

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Catch all the latest news about my writing, events and anything else of interest here. It may not be every day that there's a post, but I'll definitely put anything that's worth knowing here!

Indie Spotlight

Feb 2016Posted by R.M. Tudor Fri, February 12, 2016 11:51:32
I'm excited to say that I have been shortlisted to appear on the Indie Spotlight feature on Literary Lightbox! Check out the full list below:

http://www.literarylightbox.com/indie-spotlight-16-1/

Writing tips

Feb 2016Posted by R.M. Tudor Wed, February 03, 2016 14:41:39
I'm delighted to have been able to contribute to the most recent issue of chicken! which is a newspaper for primary school children. Check out the articles and see my writing tips among them.

https://indd.adobe.com/view/c96ce494-5752-45d4-a727-07d4026de468


2016

Jan 2016Posted by R.M. Tudor Thu, January 28, 2016 14:29:51
A belated happy new year! I can't believe we're nearly at the end of January already. I'm delighted to be able to tell you about my first event of the year which will be taking place at the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme on Saturday 20th February, 10am - 12 noon. It will be a morning of authors talking about children's books and I will be one of them! Come to hear readings from Box 1571 and me talking about how I write and meet a range of other authors too. smiley



Merry Christmas!

Dec 2015Posted by R.M. Tudor Thu, December 24, 2015 17:53:44
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you so much for all your support this year. I look forward to telling you about everything going on in 2016 too and I will post it all here, as usual! smiley

School visit photos!

Nov 2015Posted by R.M. Tudor Fri, November 27, 2015 11:55:35
Check out these photos I've been sent from my recent author visit to Our Lady and St Werburgh's Catholic Primary School!

This photo shows the students together with Louise and Jonty from Signal 1 radio. Louise and Jonty came to interview some of the students and to congratulate them all for their extreme reading.


The second photo shows students finding some ordinary items in Box 1571 so that they can create some extraordinary stories!



SCBWI Conference!

Nov 2015Posted by R.M. Tudor Tue, November 24, 2015 18:35:27
Still winding down after a hectic but fantastic weekend at the SCBWI-BI Conference in Winchester! I only had chance to take a few grainy photos. These are Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre doing their keynote speech, Jonny Duddle signing books in a pirate hat, and the fabulous cake representing the books released by SCBWI members this year.





Craft Fairs Galore!

Nov 2015Posted by R.M. Tudor Fri, November 06, 2015 16:48:29
November is the month of craft fairs! I'll be signing books at all of these, and there'll be loads of other stalls too. I look forward to seeing you there!

Saturday 7th November – Blurton Community Centre, ST3 3AR, 10am – 1pm

Saturday 14th November – Penkhull Village Hall, ST4 5JB, 10am – 2pm

Saturday 28th November – Fenton Manor Sports Complex, ST4 2RR, 11am – 3pm

Sunday 29th November – Caverswall Village Hall, ST11 9ED, 10am – 3pm

Sunday 6th December – Worleston Village Hall, CW5 6DN, 11am – 4pm



Thank you!

Nov 2015Posted by R.M. Tudor Thu, November 05, 2015 15:10:11
A big thank you to the staff and pupils at Our Lady and St Werburgh's Catholic Primary School in Clayton for your lovely welcome yesterday. And well done to all the extreme readers! smiley

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