Tany Landman's novel Buffalo Soldier has won the 2015 CILIP Carnegie Medal for a book for young people.

Clare Mulley just had an article in The Telegraph: World War Two: Britain's female spies and their secret pasts - Telegraph

Her book, The Spy who Loved, was highlighted in the Wall Street Journal

She will also be speaking at the following events:

- 25 June, 6pm, Prince Consorts Library, Aldershot, to mark Armed Forces Week and the Aldershot Military Festival

- 23 October 10.30am, Harrogate History festival, panel session on the lives of extraordinary women.

Mary Hoffman is the Guest Editor for Mslexia 66, the Summer issue covering June, July and August. She was not allowed to make it all about History but did manage to interview Louisa Young. Look out for the edition from 1st June.

It is such a pleasure to announce that one regular and one reserve History Girl have been shortlisted for the prestigious Carnegie Medal for children's fiction.  Tanya Landman's Buffalo Soldier and Elizabeth Laird's The Fastest Boy in the World are both there. Many congratulations to them. Catherine Johnson's Sawbones was also on the longlist, which is also worth celebrating.

Mary Hoffman's book news is best explained by this piece in Publishers Weekly:

Liz Fremantle's book, Queen's Gambit has been selected as one of the titles to be given away on World Book Night 2015.