Not long now until the release of the final book in the Fire Sermon trilogy, The Forever Ship, which is coming out (in hardback) on June 29th (in the UK – December 5th in the US). The book has an ominously evocative cover (courtesy of designer Charlotte Abrams-Simpson), and I’m so excited that readers can finally discover the … Continue reading The Forever Ship: release news, & upcoming events
A couple of upcoming events in the North West, and in London: you can catch me at Gladfest (Wales); the Chester Literature Festival; and Waterstones Piccadilly.
Big thanks to all who came along to The Map of Bones launch at Forbidden Planet, which was a great evening. There are two upcoming events that you’re warmly welcome to come along to – though (confusingly) they’re both on the same night, Tues 26th April.
On Thursday 7th April, I’ll be celebrating the launch of The Map of Bones with an event at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, in London.
A radio interview, and an upcoming creative writing workshop.
These are the events I’ll be doing in Autumn – come along and say hi!
This summer I’ll be doing a number of events – come along and say hello!
Yesterday I wrote about the cover design process from the author’s perspective. Today, Alexandra Allden, the wonderful HarperVoyager cover designer who created The Fire Sermon‘s covers, was kind enough to give her point of view on the process of making the beautiful paperback cover:
As we get closer to revealing the cover for The Map of Bones (the sequel to The Fire Sermon), I thought it might be interesting to give a glimpse behind the scenes into the cover design process for The Fire Sermon, especially the paperback cover.
If you haven’t yet read my debut novel, THE FIRE SERMON, now is the perfect time to pick it up (digitally speaking)! Kindle have selected it to be part of their Autumn Sale, which means that it will be only £1.49 until 9th November. Download your copy of the Kindle edition here – and if you’d … Continue reading Kindle Autumn Sale
Authors often find themselves not only writing books, but also writing articles, answering interview questions and compiling guest blog posts. Here are a few of the those things I’ve done recently…