Since the overwhelming success of YALC in London this summer, Malorie has been busy touring other parts of the UK talking to teens about her role. Malorie did two events at the Edinburgh Festival this August, an Amnesty International event with the Guardian’s Julia Eccleshare examining human rights in fiction, and a teen event talking about her bestselling Noughts & Crosses series and her latest novel Noble Conflict.
While she was at the festival Malorie spoke to Sky News about the need for more diversity in kids’ books, you can read the article here.
In September Malorie visited Devon where she spoke to 500 teens at a multi-school event in Exmouth hosted by the brilliant Exmouth College.
She was interviewed by 3 teen fans in a Noughts & Crosses themed theatre including chessboard stage and Noughts & Crosses cakes!
This was followed by an event at Bideford College as part of the Appledore Festival where Malorie spoke to 400 teens at another multi-school event.
This Autumn Malorie will be visiting Cheltenham on 4th October where she will be doing a public event as part of the festival, you can book tickets here
On Saturday 8th November Malorie will be at the South London Book Festival, you can book tickets here