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Posted by william jeffries

September 21st 2009

hi i am in year 9 at northgate high school and i am as well reading the wind singer i was just wondering what inspired you to write it and how did you think of the name?

William Nicholson responded:

Check out the FAQs.

Posted by Else Baden-Jensen

September 21st 2009

Hi - I have read Seeker and Jango translated to Danish. Why has Noman not been translated? Or is it coming soon? Warmly Else

William Nicholson responded:

I don't know the exact answer, but I assume it's on the way. I hope so.

Posted by Neen

September 21st 2009

Hi, why there were 101 people going to the homeland at the end of Slaves of the Mastery but only 32 people when Firesong starts?

William Nicholson responded:

This has come up before, and I can't remember what we decided had caused the change. It might just be a mistake, but I don't think so. Trouble is, I can't remember.

Posted by callum vella

September 21st 2009

hi can u plez tell me who your favourite character is and y. thank you

William Nicholson responded:

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Posted by Daisy Roberts

September 20th 2009

hello, my names daisy roberts, and im in year nine at northgate high school, we are reading your book the wind singer in english. i am enjoying reading this book because its full of adventure and i like the funny words in it. i cannot wait to read on. i was just wondering, what enspired you to write the wind singer? many thankss. x

William Nicholson responded:

Sorry to be annoying, but I do get this question a lot. So I've answered it in my FAQ section on this site. But thanks for asking - and for enjoying my book.

Posted by Lottie

September 20th 2009

i've started reading the wind singer at school and already i cant wait to find out what happens next. This book has lead me to Questions the society in which we live and why things are the way they are. I was wondering if this book was based on a particular era of your life such as school? And what book did you enjoy writting the most?

William Nicholson responded:

I suppose the book came more out of watching my own children go through the stress of being measured by exams. When I was doing exams myself, many years ago, I was too young to question the need for it. Which book most enjoyed? Honestly, all of them, with the one I'm writing now the best of all.