Congratulations Sita ! Yet another much deserved accolade for Artichoke Hearts. I will be rooting for you..
Hi Sita. I'm trying to get in touch with you but can't find an email address. Your name was given to me by Candy Gourlay for some research I'm doing on children's publishing and diversity. Could you drop me an email at Laura [at] lauraatkins [dot] com? You can also see more about me on my website: www.lauraatkins.com
your book is amazing i cant put it down i love it and cant wait for it to come out it is on my christmas list even if it comes out in april
Hi Sita!! im half way through Artichoke Heart and i am loving it! Im really looking forward to your new book but im disappointed that Jide and Mira might not stay together as Jide is my favourite character in the book and i love them together!!:( Please if you right another book keep them together!! Keep Writing!! xx
Hi Sita, you came and visited my school on World Book Day and I asked you some questions. I didn't get to ask them all however. Here are some more: Why did you incorporate the theme of death in your book; was it based on past experiences? As a female author, do you still think there is a place in today's society for a women's only literature prize (e.g. Orange prize)? Thanks for coming to our school, you were very inspiring. I hear that Artichoke hearts is in the Carnegie long list; many congratulations! I am looking forward to reading Jasmine Skies especially as it is set in a place which I can relate to. Triya