GIRL ON A PLANE has been longlisted for the 2016 Branford Boase Award, for outstanding YA novels - and their editors - with thanks to Charlie Sheppard.
Miriam gave a talk about GIRL ON A PLANE at Cadogan Hall, London (5, Sloane Terrace, SW1X 9DQ) at 11.30 am Wednesday 20th January. All proceeds to Parkinson's UK.
Miriam attended the Banbury Literary Live Festival.
Her 11.40 a.m. session was on DOCTOR MOLLY’S MEDICINE CASE with the younger children.
At 13:20 p.m. she be talked about and read from her novel, GIRL ON A PLANE.
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Miriam's latest picture book, DR MOLLY'S MEDICINE CASE, was read by Mary Anne Hobbs on CBeebies TV on November 4.
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Delighted to show you the cover for the US edition of Girl on a Plane, which will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in September 2016!
At 11 a.m. on Sunday October 4, in the Hotel du Vin in Henley, Miriam performed in an interactive event based on her new novelty book, Doctor Molly's Medicine Case (Walker).
Below, being magicked better at the Henley Festival using Dr Molly’s Medicine Case!'
The first part of Miriam's interview with BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey can be heard on this link, from 2h:40m:40s to 2h:45m:05s, and from 2h:48m:40m to 2h:55m:42s. It's continued at the same start time on Tuesday September 15.
Miriam's interview on the BBC's World Service Weekend will be broadcast on Saturday September 12 at 10 a.m. In the UK, this can be found on 92-95 FM, and 198 kHz long wave. For the rest of the world, the relevant information can be found on this link.
Miriam recorded several interviews with BBC Local and Regional radio stations. Her interview with BBC Radio Oxford can be heard from 1hr:8m:28s and then 1hr:20m:40s on this link and you can hear her live interview with BBC Radio Lancashire on this link from 1hr:52m. When we have information about the broadcasting of her pre-recorded interviews with Radio Sussex and Surrey, and Radio Hereford and Worcester, we'll post them.
Miriam's interview with BBC TV South-East Today can be seen on this link, starting at 18 minutes and 50 seconds. It will also be on the SE Today website for those out of the area for one day only. It can also be picked up on SKY regional TV if you search for BBC South-East on the menu.
Miriam spoke to the Society of Authors New Visions Conference in Bath on her experience of being hijacked in 1970, and how she came to write about it in Girl on a Plane.