Virginia Bergin learned to roller-skate with the children of eminent physicists. She grew up in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, and went on to study psychology, but ruined her own career when, dabbling in fine art at Central Saint Martins, she rediscovered creative writing. Since then she has written poetry, short stories, film and TV scripts. She has also worked in online education, creating interactive courses for The Open University. She is teh author of apocalyptic YA thrillers The Rain and The Storm. "
"She lives on a council estate in Bristol.
307548002740038 - 2 months ago
I loved this! So beautifully read and so funny! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phVNu7joDmc&feature=youtu.be
Aaaannnnd . . . THE BEST bad review I've ever had:
The brilliant BooksNChili: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1svPIlnpBs
Quick shout out for the fabulous Bath Kids Lit Fest (30th Sept - 9th Oct) c/o Bath Festivals. Went to the 10th anniversary opening do on Friday (check out the chair cake!). Programme online at: http://bathfestivals.org.uk/childrens-literature/
Very quiet. Now working with industrial ear-defenders on (my neighbourhood can be a little noisy at times) to get THE NEW BOOK finished. Meantime, The Storm has been published in paperback by Sourcebooks Fire in the US: And LA LLUVIA has been published by Planeta de Libros México: I’m way behind schedule on THE NEW BOOK. […]
307548002740038 - 3 months ago
The new lovely . . . US paperback of The Storm out today:
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