Angie’s Blog

So .. the copy edit has arrived on the doormat with a heavy thud. Now it is back to FYRE for the last time to check all is ok and sort out any little glitches.

And … come and see me in Taunton next Thursday! I shall be at Brendon Books in Bath Place TA1 4ER at 4.30. And if you can’t make it by then as I know it is a bit early for anyone at school a little distance away, well, just tiptoe in quietly and I will be pleased to see you whatever time you get there.

Other places I shall be … Edinburgh Books festival on Sunday 26th August at 4.30. And at Cheltenham Literary festival on 14th October. Hope to see you there at one – or even better – all!

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  1. Jamie

    Have you made any plans to come to a Hastings Bookshop. We get a lot of Authors in Waterstones and it is a very popular bookshop, even has a canteen

  2. Cindy L


    Do you ever come to the States? My daughter loves me to read her the Septimus Heap series and would flip just to meet you but we live in the US. Unfortunately, I don’t see a European trip in our near future.

    Thanks for writing a great book series. Can’t wait for Book 7 to be released 🙂

    Your fan from the States (Vermont!),

  3. One step closer to finishing Fyre. I can’t wait!

  4. I’ve read all of your books including Darke and I’m only ten! and i absolutely cannot wait until fyre. I’m you’re no.1 fan Angie.I think you’re a million times better than any other author in the entire world

  5. Jerri Chase

    I love Edinburgh, wish I could afford to cross the Atlantic to see you there! Perhaps a US tour for Fyre? (Or The Darke Toad, I can hardly wait, although I understand you must proof Fyre before returning to work on The Darke Toad.)

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