Authors & Illustrators

Tim Lott

Tim Lott was born in 1956 in Southall, Middlesex, England and studied Politics and History at the London School of Economics. As well as journalism, he has worked in publishing and broadcasting, and was editor of the London listings magazine City Limits. Tim has four daughters and lives in London. "The Scent of Dried Roses", a moving account of his mother's depression and death, won the J. R. Ackerley Prize. His first novel, "White City Blue", a vivid and comic contemporary portrait of a group of young male friends, won the Whitbread First Novel Award. It was followed by "Rumours of a Hurricane", the story of a couple living in Britain at the beginning of the 1980s and their acceptance of Thatcherite values following the British victory in the Falklands. His other work includes "The Love Secrets of Don Juan", "The Seymour Tapes" and "Fearless", his acclaimed first novel for younger readers.

Books written by Tim Lott

  • How To Be Invisible

    By Tim Lott

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    It was the 13th of September, 13 days after my 13th birthday, when I first learned how to be invisible.

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