- Janine Nettey, Assistant Head of
Joseph Cash Primary
I was amazed to see some of the pupils (the ones who usually reject anything about books) asking such pertinent questions. The pupils who have read your book (some in just one night) would like the sequel very quickly!”
I also run a writing workshop with support resources based on my crime fiction stories set in the world of the Elysee Sorcerers.
My workshops are about generating ideas and how you might structure putting them into a story.
|Talking all things children's crime fiction. On a panel with some of the best names in mystery writing - Anne Coates, Sharna Jackson and Sarah Todd Taylor|
“Meeting Nicki Thornton was exciting because it’s the first time I’ve talked to an author.”
“I liked when she was telling us about the books and that she was going to make another book. I think the next book could be about an island!”
“Nicki Thornton was very interesting because we got to say our reviews to the author over Zoom. I liked doing that instead of just blogging it.”
“She was really nice.”
“I liked meeting Nicki Thornton because we got to ask her questions and she told us what she was going to do with her upcoming book. It was exciting!”
“At first, I was very nervous about putting my hand up but then I found it fun and exciting when we were asking questions.”
- Pupils at Joseph Cash Primary