“Been waiting for this book for ages. Marie Cope knows how to craft a scary story.”
“I’m not normally into vampire / horror. However, this is a good compelling story and I recommend it to anyone, especially lovers of vampire and horror. I believe this is the first book by the writer and look forward to the sequel. My congratulations to Marie Anne Cope’s debut.”
During my school visits to promote my first children’s book, The Misfits, I was made aware that many schools have been reading Wonder in an effort to help kids understand the impacts of bullying and of being different and not fitting in. It seemed fitting, therefore, to go and see the movie version of the … Continue reading Film (Re)View – Wonder
What an Amazing time I had this weekend at Wales Comic Con. I met some incredible actors for a chat and a picture – Denis O’Hare and Eddie McClintock, who both took home a copy of Bonds. Eddie gave me cuddles too. Mark Addy was lovely and I hope his New York play, Hangman, comes … Continue reading Wales Comic Con 2017
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, By any other word would smell as sweet. So Romeo would, were he not Romeo called, Retain that dear perfection .….” (Romeo and Juliet Act II Scene II) In this world famous quote, Juliet argues that it doesn’t matter to her that Romeo is from … Continue reading What’s In a Name?
I had an amazing morning at Lower Heath Primary School, talking to the children about my life as an author and how I go about writing my novels. I even introduced them to Achoo, Mina, Boo and Zoe who, of course, were a huge hit! It’s such an honour to be told by parents that … Continue reading Author Visit to Lower Heath Primary School