Strange times, aren’t they?
I hope you are all staying well and sane during the Covid-19 pandemic. Amongst many other concerns I have, I am worried for small businesses and their staff.
There are many I could name and ask you to support – but I’m going to focus on the industry I’m in. Have you thought about how you could support your local book shops?
Keep Him Close came out in e-book format this week, and next week it comes out in hardback. Now seems like a good time to say a few thank yous!
It was definitely a collaborative project – it would be an entirely different novel if I had written it in isolation and spoken to nobody about it.
Finally the day is here… my dark domestic drama Keep Him Close is published today!
You can get it in e-book form as of today, and then in a week’s time on March 19 you’ll be able to get a copy in hardback format.
The first review of my second novel Keep Him Close has appeared.
And it’s a good one… thank goodness!
To celebrate the launch of my second novel Keep Him Close I’m going to be in conversation with the very lovely Jane Shemilt next month.
News for all you audiobook fans out there – the audiobook version of my next novel Keep Him Close has just been recorded.
It’s been narrated by the actress Deryn Edwards, who also recorded Kim Sherwood’s wonderful novel Testament and Jane Shemilt’s The Drowning Lesson.
You can read an extract of my new novel Keep Him Close here.
It’s out in March – and you can pre-order it from all these places (and more).
Hope you like it! Let me know what you think.
I just found out that the Turkish translation of If I Die Before I Wake has been published.
It’s called Uyanmadan Önce Ölürsem and is published by Beyaz Baykus.
Advance copies of my second novel, Keep Him Close, have been going out to bloggers and other authors.
The reviews have started coming in recently, and I’ve been blown away by them!