Yesterday was cover reveal day for my third psychological thriller Traces of Her which comes out on Kindle on October 25th, and in audiobook and paperback in January.
I still find it hard to believe I’m lucky enough to write and be published in my favourite genre, and that part of my life feels a little surreal at times – as though it’s not really happening to me.
Here’s the blurb of Traces of Her to tempt you:
An unsolved murder.
No one believed Gail Millar killed her sister and then herself eighteen years ago. But if anyone knows the truth about what happened that night, they’re keeping it to themselves.
A missing girl.
Rose’s step sister, Willow, is always disappearing off somewhere without notice. But something feels different this time. When she receives a mysterious package from Willow containing photographs of four men, one of whom she is sure is a murderer, Rose realises she needs to find her sister and uncover the truth about her past.
Time is running out.
Someone knows where Willow is and what happened to the sisters all those years ago. And they will do anything to stop the truth from coming out.
Can Rose find Willow and the answers she needs, before it’s too late? blurb to tempt you:
If you would like to pre-order Traces of Her – that would be amazing – here are the links:
Amazon UK HERE
I’m thrilled to say it’s also available in the US, Australia and Canada.
June and July have been exciting months, kicking off with my first ever author talk for the Good Afternoon Club at Stotfold Library.
I’m not going to lie, I was so nervous! But it was such a lovely group of people, and I soon relaxed, and actually really enjoyed it. In fact, I’m trotting along to The Rotary Club, Hitchin, in September to do another.
July saw me attend two wonderful parties in London. The HarperCollins Summer Party at The V & A, and The Kate Nash Literary Agency’s 10th Anniversary Garden Party.
Both were fantastic events, where I met up with friends old and new – and I was even lucky enough to have a sneaky photo with Radio 1 DJ, Greg James.
Again, it all felt a little surreal.
Now, after all that fun, I’m tucked away with my laptop working flat out on writing novel 4. I’ve just reached 13,000 words and counting!
I do have some exciting news to follow, once I’m allowed to share it – so please do check in again soon.
Thank you for visiting.