The Territory has been shortlisted for the Trinity Schools Book Award! The award explores the theme of a New World and I’m honored to be in such great company!
I was lucky enough to guest post for the fabulous Chelle Toy. Here’s the result! To read the full article click here: www.talesofyesterday.co.uk/2017/07/guest-post-blurring-the-line-between-science-fact-and-fiction-by-sarah-govett/
Met some hugely bright and interesting girls in Year 8 at Waldegrave. Lots of great ideas produced in our ‘Plot your own dystopian novel’ workshop!
Had fun helping hand out prizes at this year’s Screen Your Story gala alongside Jack Whitehall and Patricia Hodge. Such talented young writers!
I really enjoyed taking part in the panel discussing the Reality behind Dystopian Futures alongside EJ Swift, Oliver Morton and Jon Turney. If I wasn’t worried before … Oliver’s book, The World Remade introduced me…
I really enjoyed my visit to the Royal Docks Community School yesterday. Staff and pupils were both amazing! What a great and inspiring place!
This time it’s about the environment. The first bit is here, below. To read the full article, go to: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/sarah-govett/global-warming-and-lowcar_b_16361768.html
So exciting to see my first blog for Huffington Post up on their site! They’ve asked me to be a regular contributor, so keep watching for more! The first one is about exams – I’ve…
I love World Book Day. It’s so wonderful to see students embracing all things books with such unfettered enthusiasm. I was lucky enough to visit Ibstock Place (with the lovely Faye Bird), Grey Court and…
I’m thrilled and honoured that The Territory was awarded this prize at the first ever Biblio-con in Gateshead and so pleased that the book resonated with local teens!