NaNoWriMo Nov Day 27: Lucy Inglis
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My Top Writing Tips: Lucy Inglis
Lucy Inglis is the author of two fantastic Chicken House novels: thrilling fantasy City of Halves and epic romance Crow Mountain. She shares her top writing tips – #TimesChickenHouse entrants, take note! (more…)
Fate sets two English girls, Hope and Emily, on parallel journeys more than a hundred years apart ...
While on holiday in Montana, Hope meets local boy Cal Crow, a ranch-hand. Caught in a freak accident, the two of them take shelter in a mountain cabin where Hope makes a strange discovery.
More than a hundred years earlier, another English girl met a similar fate. Her rescuer: a horse-trader called Nate. In this wild place, both girls learn what it means to survive and to fall in love, neither knowing that their fates are intimately entwined.
Winner of the 2016 Romantic Novel of the Year Award (YA category)
Nominated for the 2017 CILIP Carnegie Medal
Lucy Inglis is an eighteenth-century historian and curator of the award-winning Georgian London blog. She lives in the shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral with her husband and a Border Terrier. City of Halves was published in 2014, and her new novel, Crow Mountain, was published September 2015.
City of Halves
In an unseen world hidden within modern London, girls are disappearing.
Sixteen-year-old Lily was meant to be next, but she's saved by a stranger: a half-human boy with gold-flecked eyes. Regan is from an unseen world hidden within our own, where legendary creatures hide in plain sight.
But now both worlds are under threat, and Lily and Regan must race to find the girls, and save their divided city.