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Book Title: Goalden Sky|
The author of the book: Tracey Morait
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Reader ratings: 5.5
Edition: K&t Mitchell
Date of issue: September 10th 2014
ISBN 13: 9780955855030
Format files: PDF
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After her stepmother Shelley walks out, Gemma Sutherland is happy to have her dad back to herself again. Life is good: she's playing football at Naylorsfield School and Tyrone Collins, who she used to fight with all the time, is now one of her best friends. Then Portia, Shelley's daughter, comes back to live with the Sutherlands because her mother feels too depressed to look after her. Even though she gets on better with Portia than she used to, Gemma isn't happy that she's back, but Portia looks up to Gemma. She wants to be a footballer, too, and is desperate to be picked for the junior girls' team at school. When Portia is involved in a serious accident, the Sutherlands' world is turned upside down. Gemma, her dad and her friends do everything they can to get her interested in life and in football again. Is there a golden sky at the end of the storm for Portia?
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Read information about the authorI was born and brought up in Liverpool, England, but after graduating as a librarian at Liverpool Polytechnic in 1990, I moved to Bristol to work. There I met my husband, Keith Mitchell. I write and self-publish for children and young adults. Keith designs my book covers and K&T Mitchell is our own small press.
Why did I choose children and young adult writing? I decided I wanted to write for children at the age of 10 after reading First Term at Malory Towers.
In 2007 I self-published my first book for children, Goalden Girl about the adventures of promising young footballer, Gemma, which was inspired by my love for football (I'm a big Liverpool FC supporter!) It was well received with good Abbie's Rival.
In 2014 I published a sequel to Goalden Girl, Goalden Sky continuing Gemma's story, but I decided to put the sequel into the young adult category because the characters are older. I have written two other young adult books, Epiworld, a fantasy/science fiction story inspired by my own personal experience with epilepsy, and Big Brother, a more hard-hitting contemporary young adult story, again with a science fiction/horror theme, about a young lad who gets help from an unusual source to fight the bullies who have been tormenting him mercilessly.
I have been fortunate to receive 3-5 star reviews for my work (except once when someone bought the wrong title), even though I accept that my books might not be everyone's cup of tea. You can read the reviews on my website:
This year I am going to write two books for children: Owen Goal (working title) about a boy who's hopeless at football but who finds help from an unlikely source, and Episode, a sequel to Epiworld, also with a science fiction and epilepsy theme.
I am quite a shy person and tend to hide my light under a bushel. I have given interviews online and had an interview published in The Self Publishing Magazine, but when I was invited to give an interview on a local independent radio station in Liverpool, I was extremely nervous! You can hear it in my voice, and I giggle a bit too much!
My books are available to buy from all major stores in paperback and eBook format.
Every week I try to update readers about my writing on my Blog of Writing Stuff. I also have a Facebook page. Why not drop by now and then?
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