Anna Wilson

Anna Wilson

Anna Wilson

Anna Wilson started her career as a picture book editor at Macmillan Children’s Books and went on to be an editor at HarperCollins. She also freelanced for several years as a fiction editor for Bloomsbury and Puffin children’s book publishers.

Her writing career began once her children were born. Since then she has written and published over 35 picture books, short stories, poems and young fiction series. Kitten Chaos was chosen as a World Book Day book in 2010. Monkey Business was shortlisted for the 2012 Hull Libraries Award and Summer’s Shadow, a book for young teens, was shortlisted for the 2015 Lancashire Book of the Year Award. The Parent Problem was chosen as a recommended read for the 2016 Summer Reading Challenge.

Anna’s latest series is Vlad the World’s Worst Vampire is a comedy for young middle-grade readers.

As well as writing, Anna gives talks, runs writing workshops in schools and teaches at Bath Spa University on the BA and MA creative writing courses. She is also a tutor for the prestigious Arvon Foundation.

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Our chat with Anna…

VLAD Midnight Fright by Anna Wilson

Vlad is not looking forward to his vampire cousin, Lupus, coming to stay. Lupus can fly brilliantly, turn into a bat in the blink of an eye, and he has an annoying raven called Claw. He’s supposed to be teaching Vlad how to be a proper vampire, but all Vlad can think about is how to stop Lupus from following him to human school!

Soon, Lupus has all the humans charmed too, and Vlad is in despair. But the school play auditions show who really has talent, and who is the one with true friends. Vlad is in for a surprise…

Twitter: @acwilsonwriter

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