Saturday, 5 December 2009

I have a short story called A Clean Start which features in the RNA's 50th anniversary short story anthology. It's about John Marshal's washerwoman. Anyway, I am delighted to say that the UK's Woman's Weekly magazine wants to publish the story in a fiction special in the spring. I'll let you know when I have a more positive date. In the meantime, it's available in the anthology.

I will also be appearing at South Shields Library on February 13th in cahoots with other RNA authors for the promotion of the Loves Me, Loves Me Not short story anthology.

THE RUNNING VIXEN is now available from and in bookshops. I haven't had my author copies yet. I'll organise a belated giveaway once my publishers actually get organised on that score, so keep watch!


Aarti said...

Good news! I bet William Marshall's washerwoman has a LOT of fun stories to tell :-)

Marg said...

That is awesome! I have nearly bought this anthology a couple of times now. Going to have to add it to my wishlist!

Elizabeth Chadwick said...

Aarti, you can bet she did - although this is John Marshal's washerwoman, so even more so!!!

Marg, I think it's an excellent anthology - not just saying it because I'm in it. There really is something for everyone and it's a good one to dip in and out of.