Jessica’s Ghost by Andrew Norriss has had its paperback publication complete with a new jacket.
To celebrate the paperback release, Andrew has written for the Waterstones blog and Scottish Book Trust blog discussing what is and should be deemed suitable for children’s fiction, and the five books that changed his life. You can read his Waterstones post here and his Scottish Book Trust post here.
The Lancashire Evening Post has given it a lovely review saying “Imbued with a quiet power, Jessica’s Ghost goes to places that other teen novels rarely visit with sensitivity, humour and a genuine empathy with the angst of youth. Reading it could save someone’s life…” The full review is here.