A code to celebrate Shakespeare Week and World Book Day

I hope that 2014 is going really well for all you Secret Breakers out there! I’m having an excellent time going out and about meeting readers. I’ve had fun doing library events already this year and I have a whole diary full of school visits coming up!

There are lots of events booked for Spring because of Shakespeare Week which takes place on the 17th-23rd March. It will be celebrated in schools,theatres,historic sites,museums,galleries,cinemas and libraries all over the UK – and I’ll be going into schools to talk about Shakespeare and codes. Secret Breakers 3,The Knights of Neustria,centres around a real code that was supposedly left on the front page of Shakespeare’s portfolio of work. The Knights of Neustria also explores all sorts of theories about who Shakespeare actually was and there are some great video clips and extra details on the Book Three: Secrets to Break Page on Be sure to check those out if you haven’t done already!

Of course another great event in Spring is World Book Day on Thursday 6th March. Lots of schools run ‘Reading Challenges’ so you might want to write a review of a Secret Breakers book as part of the tasks that your teachers set for you. Leaving reviews online for other people to read on sites like is another great way of sharing the Secret Breakers adventure so do this too if you can. And please let me know if any of you go to Book Day at school dressed up as a Secret Breakers character. I know that last year some readers went dressed as Brodie and Hunter and I even heard about a librarian who went as Sicknote! I’d love to see photos if you go as a Secret Breaker.

And if this isn’t enough to keep you thinking,then how about a code to solve? I was inspired to write this code after seeing something similar on Twitter. Have a read of the information below about the Secret Breakers series and see if you can find a hidden message. If you send me your answers using the comment box below I’ll choose one lucky winner to receive a signed copy of The Knights of Neustria as a celebration of Shakespeare Week. There’ll be lots of other goodies like posters and bookmarks and even an invisible ink coding pen,so definitely search hard for that code! I’ll announce the winner on the website on the the 23rd March which is the last day of the Shakespeare celebrations.

So…here’s the challenge! Read the information below. It’s about the Secret Breakers series. BUT I’ve hidden a secret message in the writing! Can you find it? It’s a message about what I’d like you to do! Remember The Knights of Neustria story,which is up for grabs if you win,includes codes that look different on the page…so you are looking for a message that is hidden in plain sight! You don’t have to swap any letters for any others…or do anything more technical than find a message that can be seen if you look really carefully!

Good Luck everyone… and Happy Secret Breaking!

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