C.J. Daugherty’s Night School series is a German bestseller
Night School Resistance (Book 4) is in * * No. 1 * * on the Kindle charts in Germany
C.J. recently went to the Oetinger offices in Germany to sign 400 copies of Night School Resistance
She will be returning to Germany tomorrow, for two signing and reading events:
Berlin – 17 May
Signing and reading at the Apple Store.
Hamburg – 19 May
Signing and reading at Starbucks.
Jemma Forte makes a TV appearance on this morning’s The Wright Stuff on Channel 5 on Wednesday 21st May from 9.15-11 am.
The Accident is No. 31 in this week’s Official UK Bestsellers chart
Last week it reached No. 33, as the week’s Chart Debutant
It is No. 6 overall in the Amazon Bestseller rank (UK Kindle Store) with 105 five star reviews
No. 1 in ‘Mystery’ and ‘Murder’ (Kindle), and No. 1 in ‘Mystery’ (Books)
Exciting new cover for POWER GAMES
New advert for London buses
COSMO magazine have acquired the serial rights for VIRGIN
Book endorsement by comedian Joan Rivers
“Radhika Sanghani’s debut is one of the funniest things I’ve read in years…
VIRGIN is laugh out loud, share with a friend, nonstop entertainment. Even Bridget Jones’s Diary could take a page from this novel.” Joan Rivers
A BOY CALLED HOPE selected for Bookbuzz
Bookbuzz is a reading programme from Booktrust, which supports schools to encourage reading for pleasure
Review from THE TIMES, South Africa
‘Lewis’s debut novel enthrals and captivates. She threads three storylines – not immediately apparently connected – to weave a compelling, involved, psychologically disturbing story […]The distinctions between reality and perception are cleverly blurred by the subjective eye of the protagonist until the truth is revealed.’ The Times, South Africa
Agent Madeleine Milburn attending The Dublin Writers’ Festival
Madeleine will participate in the ‘Date with an Agent’ event on Saturday 17th May. In association with The Inkwell Group and Writing.ie, the event offers budding writers the opportunity to participate in an all-day pitching event at Dublin Castle. After sifting entries from all over the world, 75 writers were selected for the chance to pitch their book to five literary agents. It’s a unique showcase for unsigned Irish talent.
For more information visit: http://www.dublinwritersfestival.com/