Author Paula Rawsthorne to visit to Highfield Humanities College

Author Paula Rawsthorne to visit to Highfield Humanities College

Highfield’s Book Group will be interviewing Paula when she visits school to talk to Year 9 on Friday July 5th. They are currently reading Blood Tracks Paula’s latest book. They’ll be reviewing it and writing about Paula’s visit on our blog.

Paula is an exciting new talent in YA fiction. She writes with passion and authenticity about the issues facing young people today. Paula is one of the winners of the Undiscovered Voices 2010 competition and the 2004 winner of the BBC’s ‘Get Writing’ competition. Her comedy THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT was read by Bill Nighy on BBC Radio 4 and chosen for Pick of the Week. She lives in Nottingham with her husband and children.

About Blood Tracks: Gina is a runner. With her feet pounding the ground and her dad watching, she feels like she can fly. But when her dad dies in dramatic circumstances, Gina refuses to accept the explanations she is given. Struggling to find the truth, Gina finds herself plunged into a world far removed from the one she has known; a world of lies, crime and betrayal. A world that will make her question everyone and everything around her and a world she can’t run from. pub: June 2013


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