Catherine Bruton

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Friday 4th of April 2014

I’ve been selected to appear at One Big Book Launch – and frankly I’m terrified! But I have a crazy plan to get over my nerves – only I need your help! One Big Book Launch will see 10 authors…

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Friday 4th of April 2014

I’ve been selected to appear at One Big Book Launch at the Free Word Centre on 30th April. This unique event will see 10 authors brought together to celebrate the publication of their books at a highly promoted launch party…

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Monday 24th of February 2014

I’ve been tagged in this ‘My Writing Process’ blog chain and I was feeling rather proud of myself because I’ve finally got the hang of these things work. So, each week a different author blogs about the book they’re working…

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Sunday 8th of December 2013

Very excited to get cover proofs through for my new book this week! ‘I Predict a Riot’ is scheduled for publication in Spring 2013, and it might just be the book I am most proud of. Here’s the blurb!!! It’s…

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Sunday 8th of December 2013

Oh, I do so love the cover for my forthcoming book ‘I Predict a Riot’. I think it may just be my favourite cover yet – and I love them all! Anyway, here’s the double page spread for you to…

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Thursday 22nd of November 2012

I’ve been tagged in this ‘Next Big Thing’ blog chain thingie. The whole thing bamboozled me at first but I think I’ve got the hang of it now! Basically, each week a different author blogs about the book they’re working…

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Monday 24th of September 2012

I should have written ‘The Hunger Games’! No, seriously, it should have been me! Suzanne Collins – Schmollins. I should be topping those best seller lists and tripping down the red carpet to film premieres (although I haven’t a thing…

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Monday 24th of September 2012

I’ve decided that my new novel ‘Pop!’ is in fact the secret love child of George Orwell and Jessie J! Or maybe Suzanne Collins and Simon Cowell…crikey! what a thought! Because ‘Pop! is perhaps only the latest chapter in the…

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Monday 24th of September 2012

The global financial crisis may not be good news for publishers, but it might just be great news for literature, particularly children’s fiction. Poverty, they say, is the mother of invention (or something like that!) and there’s long-standing tradition of…

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