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Final Cover for Gravenhunger

GravenhungerI’m pleased to be able to show off the new cover for Gravenhunger.

Gravenhunger, is a ghost story and an adventure story rolled into one. It will be published in early 2011.

Added: January 14, 2011     Comments (20)

 

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  1. Martha says:

    Hiya Harriet, i go to Ocklynge Junior School and I’ve heard all about your nomination, i helped vote for you, (not having read the book.) Because you’ve been shortlisted, we are rnow reading your book, ‘the boy who fell down exit 43′ as an english group, and i am just about to start it. I have high expectations, and i’m sure it will be great.

  2. harriet43 says:

    Hi again Martha,
    Hope you enjoy reading it – and the next book too! Keep in touch!

  3. Jade Davis says:

    Hi Harriet,
    The front cover of ‘GravenHunger’ seems really interesting, like Martha said, I too have high expectations about it and from what I can see it seem very interesting. Thanks for coming to our school I’m really interested in your books and have asked for them for my birthday.
    Thanks, Jade, 9
    -Brewood Middle

  4. harriet43 says:

    Hi Jade,
    It was a brilliant day! Let me know how you get on with the books.

  5. ShannonKno1 says:

    I love ‘The boy that fell down Exit 43′ it is a fantastic book!
    Saying that i am in to that kinda stuff.

    Thankyou for coming to my school.

  6. harriet43 says:

    Hi Shannon,
    Thanks for your lovely message. It’s great to get such nice feedback. I loved coming to your school!

  7. Benedict Webb says:

    Hi, I am from Ocklynge as well. I’ve read the Boy Who Fell Down Exit 43 and thats currently my favourite book in the East Sussex Book Award…
    And Ocklynge are going to a school on Wednesday and we will see you, hopefully. I have pre-ordered Gravenhunger (sounds great)!
    Can NOT wait to see you…

  8. harriet43 says:

    Hi Benedict,
    Great to hear from you – and fantastic that I will be meeting you this week during my visit to East Sussex. Make sure you come up and say hello!

  9. joe says:

    i have got book early cus i went on reading treat and met her and got it signed lol is a really good book and the boy who fell down exit 43 looks good i wanted it but i didn’t have anoth money but is out so i will buy. :)

  10. Melissa Parkes says:

    just bought it

  11. Emily x says:

    Hey harriet,
    I loved your presentation today at polesworth, I was sat on the front row. I thought it was very interesting and I thought the idea for gravenhunger was very ‘cool’!
    I would also like to say, I am thinking about writing a book, my Idea is a horror story based on a girls called Esther, she lives with her stepmom and she has weird things happen to her for example, a ghost comes into her room at night she lives in a newly built house but before the land was a graveyard! She can see spirits and talk to them! I have no idea how to start it or what to call it! Let me know if you think it’s any good!
    Thanks
    Emily x

  12. harriet43 says:

    Hi Emily,
    I think it sounds like a great story. Keep me posted!

  13. Toni McQuade AKA. personal publicist says:

    i like this new cover!!

  14. harriet43 says:

    Hi Toni,
    It’s brilliant, isn’t it?!

  15. charlie says:

    Hello Hariet LOL :)

  16. esra says:

    I loved the boy who fell down exit 43 and I’m going to start you’r other book I have high hopes for you. you have an amazing talent and I cant wait to read more

  17. harriet43 says:

    Hi Esra,
    Thanks! That’s great to hear! Let me know how you get on with the other book. You’ll be pleased to hear that I’m well into writing the third one now!

  18. Samira says:

    Hi Harriet
    I go to an after school english club and we have just finished reading Gravenhunger. I thought it was an amazingly brilliant book, jam packed with excitement, danger and ghosts! A few people in my class thought there was going to be a boat underneath the mound. But I’m still not 100% sure what a garbling is. Could you please tell me more about whatever it is? I hope to hear from you soon.
    Samira, Ocklynge Junior School

  19. harriet43 says:

    Hi Samira,
    So glad you have enjoyed the book so much. If you send me your school’s address I’ll send you a poster of the book for your school library. The garblings are the confused, mixed-up gossipings of the villagers, leading to the various stories of what might lie beneath the mound. Hope that helps!

  20. Samira says:

    Hi Harriet,

    That would be great! Thank you very much and also for explaining what garblings are.

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