Frost Hollow Hall by Emma Carroll (class set, 30 books)

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A spine-tingling debut novel with a strong period flavour that will delight all those who love a good ghost story. When Tilly is dared to go skating by Will Potter she never expects he will lead her to the lake in the grounds of Frost Hollow Hall. She knows the ice is dangerous. After all, young Kit Barrington disappeared under it only ten years earlier. But Tilly is not afraid of any ghost…Or is she? When the ice cracks, Tilly finds herself drowning. And who is that she meets under the water? All Tilly knows is that someone needs her help – Badly!



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Emma Carroll interviewed by Graham Marks

Emma Carroll is a secondary school English teacher. She has also worked as a news reporter, an avocado picker and the person who punches holes into filofax paper. She  graduated with distinction from Bath Spa University's MA in Writing For Young People.

Emma Carroll talks to Graham Marks about her fascination with cold and love of modern gothic writing.

Could we begin with a few background details…biographical notes…and the journey you took to become a writer.

I come from Somerset - Somerset born and bred - and as a child I was always very keen on writing stories but I didn’t actually start writing seriously until 2009, when I went on an Arvon course with the school where I taught English. While I was there I started writing again, and as a result of going on that course I ended up doing an MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, which took me two years. And as a result of that I got an agent and my first book came out in 2013. So, yeah, a bit of a late starter, really.

So you’d written as a child, but had you always wanted to be a writer?

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