Friday, November 27, 2015

Women's Weekly Wow

Lesley-Anne and Monica were featured in the November issue of Women's Weekly magazine!

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Singapore Writers' Festival 2015

Author Monica Lim was at the Singapore Writers' Festival, sharing her views as part of the panel "Help, My Son Doesn't Read".

Don't those beanbags look comfortable?

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Runaway Readers Workshop at Qifa Primary School

What do you get when a class of excited readers meets the Danger Dan authors? Why, pandemonium of course, but the good kind!

We enjoy speaking with the kids best - they have such fun ideas!

Qifa students are great artists.

We think Danger Dan might look like this when he becomes a teenager!
Lots of questions for the authors.

Prizes for the fantastic inventions by the kids.

And here's Danger Dan in the flesh!
Autographs and stickers!

The workshop was organised by the Singapore ASCD. We appreciate the wonderful support!

Monday, October 12, 2015

Assembly talk at Da Qiao Primary School

Lesley-Anne and Monica spoke to the p1s to p6s at Da Qiao Primary School today. The students here are especially responsive and their laughter infectious!

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

4½ star review of Secrets of Singapore

"Parents, I strongly advise you to read it with your kids!" - these are the words of Priscilla, a reviewer who gave Secrets of Singapore 4½ stars.

We strongly agree! Read Priscilla's review here.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Secrets of Singapore into 2nd print run

Yippee! The first print run of Secrets of Singapore is close to being sold out and Epigram Books will be doing a second print run!

Full speed ahead, Danger Dan and Gadget Girl!

Friday, September 4, 2015

Secrets of Singapore in the Sunday Times

Secrets of Singapore was listed in the Sunday Times on 30 August 2015. Although it's technically not fiction, we're still glad it was featured!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Runaway Readers at Holy Innocents

Lesley-Anne was hard at work, sitting for her prelims, so Monica had to conduct three workshops on her own! The venue was Holy Innocents Primary School - a school we love so much when we were here last year.

It was great to be back and this time, Monica conducted three workshops for seven p3 classes. The students were very excited and came up with some pretty creative ideas. Perhaps they will spark ideas for future books? Who knows!

Thank you, Holy Innocents Primary!