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About Lucy Coats
Lucy's latest picture book, 'Captain Beastlie's Pirate Party', has just been published by Nosy Crow. Coming for 2015 are: 'Beasts of Olympus' an exciting myth-based series for 7-9's from Piccadilly Press (UK) and Grosset and Dunlap (Penguin) USA; 'Cleo' a gripping YA novel about the young Cleopatra from Orchard Books; and 'The Little Green Drum', an Early Reader from Orion.
Lucy lives in rural Northamptonshire and writes looking out over green fields full of sheep. She has a deskdog called Hero who generally lies between her screen and keyboard and is very good at encouraging Lucy when the writing is going slowly. Lucy has a website at http://lucycoats.com She also has a Facebook Author page at http://tinyurl.com/lucycoatsfacebook and a Twitter page at http://www.twitter.com/lucycoats which she visits strictly during coffee breaks, as well as being on Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram.
Lucy also teaches regular Masterclasses on How to Write for Children at The Guardian (see events) and writes for Publishing Talk and Mslexia magazine.
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