Interview with Talk Radio Europe
I will be signing copies of 'Charlie Palmer Says' at Woodbridge Emporium Bookstore, Suffolk on Sunday 8th December 2019 and at W H Smith's in Ipswich on Saturday 18th January 2020. Both sessions will be from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
My interview with Hannah Murray was on Talk Radio Europe's Book Show on 20th Nov. This will be repeated on Sat 23rd at 7.00 p.m. UK time.
This book I find very well written, since the first page you can dive deep into the storyline. I also liked the cover very well. It is nice designed in the color and in the design itself. The writing style is very good and very pleasant and fluently to read. The book has been very clearly structured and the plot is traceable and very interesting. The characters look very authentic and traceable to me. The author succeeds in writing very detailing about the scenery, characters, surroundings and emotions. This story is fascinating and consistent at the same time and keeps the tension until the end.
A great story. Very well written and enjoyable.
by Derek V
A very well written and satisfying debut children’s novel from Beverley Bowry. I found the style of writing particularly engaging with well rounded characters and every part of the plot skilfully explained. I believe the book will leave the reader eager to reach the end to learn of the fate of Charlie and Nathan.
The gentle narrative style of “Charlie Palmer Says” is reminiscent of Enid Blyton’s “Famous Five”, an era where children would take on seemingly dangerous roles but always emerge relatively unscathed but wiser for the experience.
I would thoroughly recommend “Charlie Palmer Says” for an enjoyable and exciting read for young people.
Suffolk born Beverley Bowry has two main passions, her family and composing compelling stories. She has a degree in English and Media, a diploma in Creative Writing and has written around eighty fun columns for her local newspaper. 'Charlie Palmer Says' is her debut children's novel. An earlier version was long listed in Mslexia's children's novel competition 2016.