Rowan Coleman Interview. 

  Rowan Coleman released her next book, The Summer Of Impossible Things, just two days ago.  It stands out from all of her previous works. Here, I emailed her a few questions, in order to find out more. (Thanks also to Tess Henderson.) Since the last interview, you've written and are about to release a … Continue reading Rowan Coleman Interview. 

The Summer Of Impossible Things: Review*

Disclaimer: On the announcement of release, I requested the proof of this book to review. What follows is my honest opinion, having been a fan of Rowan Coleman for a while now.  Excuse my language, but what a bloody brilliant book this is! (You can also have some tripled alliteration along with that.) Having arrived … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things: Review*

The Summer Of Impossible Things Release*

Rowan Coleman's latest novel, The Summer Of Impossible Things, is out later this month. And here is what you need to know about it. It's significantly longer than her previous works. Expect some time travel throughout the book; it is sort of fantasy/thriller/drama. However, it forms quite an important part of the book. This book … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Release*

Interview: Rowan Coleman talks Writing And Her Love Of QUEEN.

Do you remember reading Mizz, the nineties-esque teen magazine, that advised teen girls on virtually every aspect of their life, on a fortnightly basis? I do. But I digress: I remember seeing a feature with Rowan Coleman-about Dyslexia and her novels. I got to meet her earlier this year, and am ever so grateful to … Continue reading Interview: Rowan Coleman talks Writing And Her Love Of QUEEN.

Review: The Memory Book By Rowan Coleman. *

Rowan. Coleman. I do love her books-the easily understandable books, dealing with intense issues such as Cystic Fibrosis. They're emotionally tense, with utterly relateable characters. For any bookworm, what more could you possibly want? Claire, the mother in the story, is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, at an incredibly young age: maybe forty? And in the prime … Continue reading Review: The Memory Book By Rowan Coleman. *