Sharing Words, Sharing Worlds

 

Sharing Words, Sharing Worlds

Sharing Words, Sharing Worlds

Sharing Words, Sharing Worlds

Welcome!

My name is Sue Palmer and I write stories for children. Actually, I write stories for me but my audience is made up of children from about eight to twelve years old.

My ideas come from everywhere: mortifying experiences as a child that have stayed with me for ever, people observations and probably my own unfulfilled dreams. My inspiration comes from many places: the changing faces of the coast, stories from my friends and the idiosyncrasies that you only find in a family!

On my website you can find information about my books and the subjects I’ve written about, read what I’ve been up to on my blog and find out more about me and why I love to write.

My first children’s book was published by John Hunt Publishing in December 2015 and is available at your local Independent Bookshop or online from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Waterstones and Blackwell’s.

‘May’s Moon’ is available at your local Independent Book Shop or online from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com and Waterstones.

 

You can read more about my books here.

Read more about my books here

Latest posts

Brooms to the moon

Fly to the Moon You can’t reach the moon on a broom Despite what those witches say And your phone can’t take pictures Of a million miles away But master your maths and your English Or become a science ace You can build yourself a rocket And fly yourself to space...

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Summer Solar Eclipse

Summer Solar Eclipse across the USA On the 21st August 2017 millions of those in North America will be treated to the first total solar eclipse for 99 years. What is a solar eclipse? It takes the moon, sun and earth to be aligned perfectly around the time of a new...

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Spring Stories for Children

I love the sights, smells and sounds of spring, in particular the first flowers. They remind me of the words of a new story as it finally makes its way onto paper. During the winter months, the words have rested, been nurtured and had time to develop. Suddenly they...

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