Happy ePublication Day to Adrian Magson - The Drone was published digitally, from Canelo, and also had a brand new cover (plus title!) to boast of.
Previously published as The Bid, The Drone is the second in Adrian's Gonzales and Vaslik series.
The prisoner who wakes up in a box miles from anywhere.
The jailer who doesn't question his job.
The shipment of drones stolen from a cargo hub.
The terrorists planning a devastating attack on US soil.
"Thoroughly entertaining. The characters are warm and well-drawn. I thoroughly recommend this book if you are looking for a light-hearted read. 5 stars." Sue Roberts
If you love Lucy Diamond, Phillipa Ashley, Sue Moorcroft and Holly Martin, you will LOVE Erin Green's novels of love, life and laughter!
And finally for publication days, a huge congratulations to Jim Beckett, who last week saw the release of his debut children's book, The Caravan at the Edge of Doom (Farshore Books) - absolutely perfect for fans of Terry Pratchett and Roald Dahl.
When her grandparents explode in their caravan toilet late one night, twelve-year-old Harley discovers a surprising truth: their toilet is a gateway to the Land of the Dead, and they are its Guardians. Well, they were. But there’s no time to mourn their passing. Because Harley’s baby brother has accidentally gone with them to the Land of the Dead. And Harley only has 24 hours to rescue him before he’s trapped there FOREVER!
While the pandemic has, without a doubt, stifled a lot of creative ability, Metro ran a fantastic piece about holding on to - or recovering - that inspiration and we were delighted to see Sarah contribute to it.
You can catch up on the article here.
The Meeting Point, the next book from Someday In Paris author Olivia Lara, will be published in eBook (September '21) and paperback (December '21), from Aria.
'Who are you and why do you have my boyfriend's phone?'
'He left it in my car. You must be the blonde in the red dress? I'm the Lift driver who dropped you two off earlier.'
And with these words, the life of the brunette and t-shirt wearing Maya Maas is turned upside down. Having planned to surprise her boyfriend, she finds herself single and stranded in an unknown city on her birthday.
So when the mystery driver rescues Maya with the suggestion that she cheers herself up at a nearby beach town, she jumps at the chance to get things back on track. She wasn't expecting a personalised itinerary or the easy companionship that comes from opening up to a stranger via text, let alone the possibility it might grow into something more...
People of Abandoned Character author, Clare Whitfield, wrote a piece for the Waterstones blog, detailing her favourite empowering women in crime fiction.
Clare's debut showcases a strong and female protagonist at its core, so who better to suggest these inspiring literary heroines.
You can read the piece here.
Caroline joins Emily Glenister's list and is working on her book club, accessible lit-fic novel, The Sewing Circle (think Hollywood 1920s glamour, scandal & some of the most incredible women you've never heard of).
To read more about Caroline, click here.