Exploring more of the Manor now, you notice there are some rooms that just won’t open to you, not until you collect more clues scattered about the mysterious manor.
Now upstairs, you enter into what appears to be an unused Guest Bedroom. There are no personal belongings inside, but upon investigating the shower, you notice a backpack.
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In order to collect the backpack, you must read a book by a new-to-you author.
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Elle McNicoll is a Scottish and Neurodivergent author who graduated with a First in Creative Writing. Before being published, McNicoll would write stories for herself while working as a bookseller, a blogger, and many other jobs. McNicoll wrote a Masters dissertation on the lack of Own Voices representation for Neurodivergent children, and would go on to publish A Kind of Spark in 2020. Hailed as powerful and moving, A Kind of Spark was published by indie publisher Knights Of, and the book would go on to be Blackwells’ Children’s Book of the Month in June, and a Children’s Book of the Week in The Times and The Sunday Times.
Participants of Believathon 3 will receive double points for completing a book by Elle McNicoll as part of their reading challenges.
Elle McNicoll Bibliography
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- A Kind of Spark (2020)