Amy Wilson: A Girl Called Owl, A Far Away Magic

Amy spends a lot of time at home, in Bristol, writing and looking after various animals and children. She has always loved to write and feels very lucky that now, after quite a few years of bashing away, it is her job.

A Girl Called Owl coverShe has a background in journalism and is a graduate of the Bath Spa MA in Creative Writing. 

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A Girl Called Owl: It’s bad enough having a mum dippy enough to name you Owl, but when you’ve got a dad you’ve never met, a best friend who needs you more than ever, and a new boy at school giving you weird looks, there’s not a lot of room for much else. So when Owl starts seeing strange frost patterns on her skin, she’s tempted to just burrow down under the duvet and forget all about it. Could her strange new powers be linked to her mysterious father?And what will happen when she enters the magical world of winter for the first time?

A Far Away Magic coverA Far Away Magic: When Angel moves to a new school after the death of her parents, she isn’t interested in making friends. Until she meets Bavar – a strange boy, tall, awkward and desperate to remain unseen, but who seems to have a kind of magic about him. Everyone and everything within Bavar’s enchanted house is urging him to step up and protect the world from a magical rift through which monsters are travelling, the same monsters that killed Angel’s parents. But Bavar doesn’t want to follow the path that’s been chosen for him: he wants to be normal. Fighting one another as well as their fears, Angel and Bavar must find a way to repair the rift between the worlds, and themselves, before it’s too late.

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