I’m Michelle Cooper, the author of The Rage of Sheep, The Montmaray Journals and Dr Huxley’s Bequest, and this blog is where I talk about books and writing. The Montmaray Journals are set around the time of the Second World War and I’m currently writing a book set in the 1960s, so quite a lot of my blog ramblings are about twentieth-century British history. However, I also talk about writing in general, writing for teenagers in particular, science, animals, and anything else that interests me.
Please feel free to join in the discussion by adding a comment.1 You can also e-mail me or visit my author website. If you have a question about the Montmaray books, you might like to visit the Montmaray Q & A page.
For those looking for me in other places on the Internets: I’m not on Facebook, because I don’t like their privacy policies; I’m not on Instagram because I don’t take very interesting photos; I don’t post reviews on Goodreads, because I don’t like the idea of rating books from one to five; and I’m not on [insert latest social media phenomenon] because I haven’t heard of it. Sorry. I do, however, welcome letters sent to me by pigeon or owl. I have also recently been lured into Twitter, where you can find me @mini_memoranda.
- Comments are moderated, so it may take a bit of time before your first comment appears. I will delete any comments that are abusive, defamatory or completely unrelated to the post on which they appear. Fortunately, I rarely need to take such action, because most of the people who visit this blog are thoughtful and polite, even when expressing disagreement. ↩