This post was originally published on Daryl Rothman’s blog. Daryl is one of those generous people on Twitter, who very soon became a friend. His own fantasy novel for young adults,The Awakening of David Rose, is available here. I really enjoyed this interview. Sometimes you need the right question to make you stumble into new […]

How can it be here already?! But it is, it is! It’s the launch day for my debut novel, All the Tomorrows. A huge thanks to Lane Diamond at Evolved Publishing for believing in the book, to my magnificent editor Jessica West, and D. Robert Pease for his cover art. I am so excited and […]

This post appeared first on my publisher’s website. Look out for my favourite lines from the novel this weekend. I’ll be posting them on my Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. Just message/tweet me a page number from 1-289 and I’ll respond with a tiny snippet. Committing to a story idea is a funny thing, at […]

It’s cover reveal day for All the Tomorrows! Huge thanks to Evolved Publishing and cover artist extraordinaire D. Robert Pease, who took my jumbled vision for the cover and translated it into art that gives a sense of place, mood and genre. I hope you like it as much as I do. It’s hard to […]

It’s almost time to reveal D. Robert Pease’s cover for my novel! One day to go. I can’t wait to hear what you think. Here, just for fun, are some of my favourite book covers of all time. What are yours? Yesterday, I posted the book blurb for All the Tomorrows. Today, I’m sharing the opening […]

TWO DAYS TO GO! That is, unless you’re a newsletter subscriber. If you are, you can expect to see the full cover in your inbox in the morning. But before the reveal, for those of you who have been asking me what All the Tomorrows is about, here’s the blurb. I’ve been living with these […]

I’ve dreamt about this moment for so long, willed it to happen, worked hard for it, and now it is here, I’m spinning with excitement and fear. My first novel, All the Tomorrows, is due to be released in less than three months on 6 November 2017. Three months of happy dances, but also nail-biting, […]