Wolf Night in paperback and Dark Dates says goodbye to Brighton Fringe

Well, been a busy couple of weeks at Dark Dates towers. Not only am I working on Dark Dates 3 (honest!) but I’ve been working on getting Wolf Night into print, since I know some of you out there like having a physical copy. I’m chuffed to bits with how it looks, thanks to the sterling work of Caroline Goldsmith at Red Button, who did the photography and the design, and my current dragon obsession (blame Game of Thrones!) feels well-served by the back cover, which is a photo of one of the dragons at Smithfield Market…

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Last week also saw the final performance of Dark Dates: An Audience with Cassandra Bick at the Brighton Fringe, which has been a very fun experience – it’s been a joy working with Zoe Cunningham, who brings such enthusiasm to any project.

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I am, frankly, a bit knackered now, but have a lot of fun projects in the pipeline, so watch this space… (and don’t forget to send me your shelfies of Wolf Night!)

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