I Have A Book Title! Meep!

Lazy morning, Zelda-style
Zelda is successfully hiding her excitement at my new title…

Hello my lovelies! Hope you are all well, and I apologise in advance for the number of exclamation marks in the following post.

I’m very excited to announce that my new novel has a title* (courtesy of my wonderful editor at Lake Union) and a release date. Yes, it’s up for pre-order Right Now. No cover art, yet, but I have been told it’s being designed AS I TYPE THIS. (Sorry, forgot to warn you about the all-capitals-shouting, too. SORRY – TOO EXCITED.)

So, without further ado, my next book is called:

In The Light of What We See

And it will be published on 8th March 2016. Meep!

In other news, I’ve put together a little behind-the-scenes freebie for those of you who enjoyed reading about the Harper family in The Language of Spells, The Secrets of Ghosts and The Garden of Magic¬†(or for people who just like free recipes).

Head here to grab your copy.

It features a lovely photograph of Iris’s journal, created by my amazing in-house production team (AKA My Mum and Dad – thank you!).

Also, if you’re interested in writing, but need some help in getting started, check out my latest article on The Worried Writer: How To Build a Writing Habit The Easy Way

 

*Listeners of my podcast, The Worried Writer, may be confused. You might be thinking ‘but Sarah told us the title in the last episode’. Apologies! It changed. I hope you like the new one!

 

 

Quick Update and Creative Thinking for Beginners

Hello, my lovelies. How are you all?

Thought I would swing by and say ‘hello’ and let you know that I’m still alive and typing…

Work and life has run away with me slightly recently but I hope to get into a more regular blogging routine soon. Please let me know if there is anything you’d like to see more (or less!) of on this site and feel free to send me questions. I love questions!

I did put up an article on The Worried Writer today, though. If you’re at all interested in developing your creative process, do check it out.

Also, I’ll leave you with the beautiful fairytale-inspired¬†artwork of Jackie Morris in this Guardian article. Enjoy!

[The image is from a set of Jackie Morris notecards. Art for the cash-strapped!]