It’s been quite a long process getting everything back up and running after the computer crash but I’m nearly there. However, I’ll be getting a new computer in the next week or so, and installing software etc will happen all over again, but at least I’ll have a robust machine to cope with all the design and graphics work I throw at it.
I’ve cleared the submissions box today, so if you’ve submitted something and not had a reply, it means yours was one of the victims of the computer crash. Please resubmit.
My computer suffered a major disaster in the last week and while most things were backed up, there have, nevertheless, been some casualties. The most significant is the loss of emails, which means that submissions that were still waiting to be dealt with have been lost – and email addresses are gone. If you’re waiting on a response from a submission (beyond the automated acknowledgement), please resend. I apologise for the inconvenience.
I’m delighted to say that we have published Eleanor Watkins’ sequel to The Village, A Wind of Change. Readers of the first book will be thrilled to find out what happened to Ellen, William and Sam in the aftermath of the Plague.
Welcome to 2018. Where did the last year go! Now that I’ve completed my degree I hope to do better with keeping the website updated. Do send me any questions you have that you’d like answered and I’ll see what I can do.
Congratulations to Wendy H Jones, who was a finalist in the Woman Alive Readers’ Choice Award! It was wonderful to be at the award ceremony earlier this month for the announcement. (The winner was Catherine Campbell’s Chasing the Dawn.)
Mollie’s Choice by Helen Barber is now available. Have you got your copy yet? Limited number of review copies are up for grabs on GoodReads.
The Dagger’s Curse has been nominated in the Tween/Ya section of the Silver Falchion Readers Choice award. If you’ve read and enjoyed the book, please vote, and help Fergus and Flora get the recognition they deserve. Voting is free. The voting page can be found here: Killer Nashville
I believe I have now answered all outstanding submissions, so do get in touch if you think you should have heard from me and haven’t done so.
Destiny’s Revenge is now at the printers – and available for pre-order from Waterstones! I’ve received the cover artwork for Eleanor Watkins’ sequel to The Village and another book to be coming out later this year. Cover reveals will be coming soon!
Now it’s back to editing, proofreading … and writing. I’ll try to update again in a few days.
I’m delighted to be able to reveal the cover of Destiny’s Revenge, Philip S Davies’ sequel to Destiny’s Rebel, which will be published next month. You can pre-order your copy here, and don’t forget that you’re all invited to the book launch in Oxford.