There's a new guy in town...

Way, way back in August I took part in the YA Scavenger Hunt. As part of this I had a secret page on my website. And I named it very imaginatively: 'Fractured: secret page!'. There was a password hidden on the Scavenger Hunt to get access to the page, where I asked for help: I was in the throes of final edits of Fractured, but had a huge dilemma: I wanted to change the name of a character, but couldn't decide what to. 
Thank you so much to everyone's amazing suggestions. And, drum roll, please: I picked Cynthia's suggestion. Katran! I really love this name. I wasn't sure at first; he had to try it on, and see if it fit. But it SO did.
So if you read Fractured when it comes out 4th April - and I really hope that you will - somewhere on it's pages you will meet Katran. 
Thanks, Cynthia! As a special thank you, you will get a copy of Fractured as soon as I get my hands on them, so you will be one of the very first to meet him.
Comments: 3 (Discussion closed)
  • #1

    Ar-Raya malik (Thursday, 19 December 2013 22:08)

    I love your slated book's. I really cant wait to read the third one. I find the slated book's SO interesting and great (please don't stop writing) :P I'd love to be an author like you :D

  • #2

    Y (Thursday, 12 June 2014 14:41)

    Where is this secret page? I cannot find it!

  • #3

    teriterry (Saturday, 14 June 2014 13:27)

    Hi Y,
    Sorry about that - this was in 2012. The page isn't there anymore! I'll change it in the blog so it doesn't confuse anyone else.

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