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Death Sets Sail

My Behind the Book video is available now!

I’m very pleased to say that my Behind the Book video, featuring a Q&A, a workspace tour and a reading from the last two chapters of Death Sets Sail, is available to watch NOW on the Puffin YouTube channel. There’s a link below – I hope you enjoy it!

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Writing Prompt Mondays

Writing Prompt Mondays: Prompt 22

For the rest of September, your prompt will be resolutions. This was suggested by Detective Society member Neve – and it seems like a great choice, since this is the beginning of the school year, a time full of new challenges and big decisions.

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Death Sets Sail

Scottish Schools: This is your chance to get a visit from me!

I’ve got good news for Scottish fans – I may not be able to come visit you in person this autumn, but I’ll be able to be with you virtually! I’m teaming up with the Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour and Book Week Scotland for a week of absolutely FREE events for Scottish schools.

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Death Sets Sail

Ask Me Anything for my new Behind the Book Video!

You have until the 6th of September to send all of your questions about the MMU series, The Ministry of Unladylike Activity, Howl the puppy or anything else you might want to know to a special email address that my publisher Puffin has set up: askrobinstevens@penguinrandomhouse.co.uk. I’m going to be answering my very favourites on a new ‘Behind the Book’ video, premiering on the 18th of September on the Puffin YouTube channel.

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Blogger Reviews

Death Sets Sail Article Round-Up

Imogen Russell Williams for the Guardian calls Death Sets Sail ‘A triumphant conclusion to a satisfying, wide-ranging series that deserves to be read for years to come.’

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Death Sets Sail

Murder Most Unladylike in Huffington Post India

“It feels strange to say goodbye to Wells and Wong at a time when a global pandemic has changed everything about the world as we used to know it, but I also envy anyone—young or old—who picks up these books for the first time.” – Anannya Baruah, Huffington Post India

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Writing Prompt Mondays

Writing Prompt Mondays: Prompt 21

For this week, I’d like you to write a story with a romance! Your romance can be between anyone – characters you’ve made up, people from your favourite book or film, historical figures … You can have a love triangle, a hopeless romance or a requited passion. Your lovers can get together, stay together or break up …

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