First up, the book went straight in to Sainsburys, Tesco and Morrisons stores, as well as Asda stores as part of their Tickled Pink range, supporting the work of breast cancer charities. If you're in your local supermarket and spot the book, why not snap a photo and tweet it to Jo (@jo_thomas01)?
CultureFly selected the book as one of their Top Ten Books for August. You can view the entire list here.
Jo has also written a piece for Female First on the important of food and eating together - two staples that are prevalent in Jo's warm and sunny books. You can read the article here.
Finally, MyWeekly (who also chose Escape to the French Farmhouse as one of their 3 Sizzling Romance Reads) caught up with Jo in a fun Q&A where she talks about her love of food and travelling - plus catch a sneak peek of what you can expect from Jo's next novel, Finding Love at the Christmas Market.
Also finding that there's no rest of the wicked, Amanda Jennings appeared on Scala Radio on Thursday, chatting to Simon Mayo about her new book, The Storm. You can catch up here (just after 1h47m).
The book also shot up the Heatseekers chart to no.7.
The Sunday Express published a short story written by Amanda: The Cottage by the Sea.
Voting to determine the shortlist is open now and you can cast your votes here (make sure to read the instructions carefully!).
This is a superbly clever book set across multiple dimensions, and takes a deep, speculative look at our place in society, and the privilege that comes with it. Get your copy here.
Dramatic and glamorous, you'll want to lose yourself in the tumultuous lives of the Granville sisters, Juliet and Rosie. The Granville Sisters, The Granville Affair and The Granville Legacy are available to download now.
The cover for the opening book in Anna Stephens' new series, The Stone Knife, has been revealed & is now officially available for pre-order.
From the author of the Godblind trilogy, Songs of the Drowned series is an epic fantasy of freedom and empire, gods and monsters, love, loyalty, honour and betrayal.
"The uncommon combination of cop and hit woman works well and the dynamic between the two proves fascinating with Iris showing wonderfully amoral Lisbeth Salander and Villanelle touches alongside a meticulous investigative process full of twists and fast running action. A definite page-turner with a particular poignant ending, this manages to give a tired sub-genre some new life (and crimes...)."
You can read the full review here.
Also notching up a brilliant review is The Curator by M.W. Craven, the third outing in his Washington Poe series:
"This disturbing and intricately plotted story, with its twists and turns includes all the ingredients —pace, dialogue, characterisation, intrigue, dark humour, suspense, multi-layering— that combine to produce an exhilarating, challenging, confound- ing read. Highly recommended." Mystery People
A cracking Icelandic noir crime novel that will have you turning the pages well into the night.
Finally, we are delighted that cover for Harry Sword's Monolithic Undertow has been revealed.
Released in hardback in February 2021, Harry explores the power of 'the drone' - an audio carrier vessel capable of evoking womb like warmth or cavernous dread alike. Monoltihic Undertow will undoubtedly be a truly important new addition to the music publishing canon. Find out more about the book by clicking on the title.
You can pre-order your copy here.