If you’ve any interest in reading about how I got my agent and book deal, I’ve written about it for the Crime Writers Association. I had never written a novel before I entered the 2021 Debut Dagger. I was halfway
I’ve always wanted my very own Publishers Marketplace rectangle. But I never expected to be the top-billed deal of the day!
It’s been a whirlwind. When We Were Silent sold to Transworld (Penguin) in the UK for a six-figure sum and then only hours later, Flatiron (Macmillan) swooped in with a “significant” six-figure pre-empt in the US. It’s the stuff of
I have a piece of creative nonfiction, Exit, in the wonderful Atticus Review today. Happy that it found such a good home.
I’ve had a creative nonfiction flash piece, Exit, accepted in the always excellent Atticus Review today. Writing it was one of those rare times when the words came tumbling out of me; I usually have to drag them syllable by
Hobart is another of my favourite lit mags – it looks great, always publishes varied and interesting work and never takes itself too seriously. And I’m going to be in it! My piece, Why the Smell of Coffee Makes you
The Forge was one of my favourite literary magazines, even before I started reading for them last year. They pay, they reply quickly and they publish brilliant work. And now that I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know the