The very first of these newsletters went out in July last year, so we’ve been posting these for a year now. Can you believe it? I can’t! Cheers to that!
And what an exciting newsletter this is, with the 11th Geraldine Steel coming out this month in ebook!
Click here to preorder the book on Amazon, here to preorder on Kobo, and here to preorder on iBooks.
Or, if you prefer reading printed books and can’t wait until November, why not take advantage of No Exit’s SPECIAL SUMMER OFFER!
Exclusively from No Exit Press, you can get the paperback edition of DEATH ROPE on the 26th July too! That’s FOUR MONTHS before the paperback’s official release. Plus, if you buy the print edition from No Exit, you get the ebook free!
Here’s what some Netgalley reviewers have said about Death Rope:
‘Secrets, lies, duplicitous behaviour and the obligatory twists, turns and misdirection that kept me on my toes throughout’ – Kath B., NetGalley
‘Would recommend to anyone who likes police procedural books’ – Elaine R., NetGalley
‘I was totally pulled in from page one to the last page … I am now off to get the rest of the Geraldine Steel series’ – Kay W., NetGalley
I’d love to hear what you think of Death Rope! You can let me know your thoughts by emailing email@example.com. And of course I’d love you to leave a review on Amazon!
In other news, in June we went to York, where I had a lovely time chatting with readers in WHSmith’s.
And I had a blast meeting a local book group who are all big fans of Geraldine Steel.
After conducting some really interesting and useful research in York for my work in progress we returned home to some beautiful weather.
I’m sure you’ll agree Michael has done a brilliant job in the garden this year.
It was a thrill meeting the owner of a brand new independent bookshop opening in my neighbourhood, and I’m looking forward to signing DEATH ROPE there when it’s out in print towards the end of the year.
It’s always a pleasure meeting the publicity team from No Exit Press and we gathered for drinks in the beautiful Granary Square at Kings Cross in London. The area around the canal has been so well regenerated, it’s hard to believe this is Kings Cross.
I also really enjoyed chatting to a group of visually impaired readers who have been listening to my books. We were all grateful to the RNIB for setting up the conference call.
And now I’m back to working on edits for GS12 and the first draft of GS13, and I can’t wait to share Geraldine’s newest adventures with you in due course.