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Hello everyone,

You may have noticed that this site has been a little bit uncared for recently but I am back now and slowly updating all the sections. Life has been busy – moving house, writing more books and as ever, thinking about Septimus too.

So where am I with writing now? Well, I have two books finished and in the pipeline and I have a definite publication date for my next book with HarperCollins: Maximilian Fly. It is due out next summer, 2019. I do hope you will get to read Max – and like him too.

At the moment I am writing  a new world with a little bit of magic in it. I’ve not forgotten about Septimus – how could I ever? – but I confess that my Marcia novella is still only halfway through. I really must get back to her soon. It begins when, as a sixteen year old, Marcia arrives at the Castle for the first time. Alone. She had a tough start. I love finding out more about Marcia and will get back to her soon.

Meanwhile, have a great summer! Or winter if you are upside down in Oz and NZ.

And I am doing my best to remove these old SandRider pix but they just refuse to go. Maybe they have been there for so long they’ve got stuck?

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Angie’s Blog

Hello everyone,

You may have noticed that this site has been a little bit uncared for recently but I am back now and slowly updating all the sections. Life has been busy – moving house, writing more books and as ever, thinking about Septimus too.

So where am I with writing now? Well, I have two books finished and in the pipeline and I have a definite publication date for my next book with HarperCollins: Maximilian Fly. It is due out next summer, 2019. I do hope you will get to read Max – and like him too.

At the moment I am writing  a new world with a little bit of magic in it. I’ve not forgotten about Septimus – how could I ever? – but I confess that my Marcia novella is still only halfway through. I really must get back to her soon. It begins when, as a sixteen year old, Marcia arrives at the Castle for the first time. Alone. She had a tough start. I love finding out more about Marcia and will get back to her soon.

Meanwhile, have a great summer! Or winter if you are upside down in Oz and NZ.

And I am doing my best to remove these old SandRider pix but they just refuse to go. Maybe they have been there for so long they’ve got stuck?

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Todhunter Moon #3: StarChaser – cover reveal!

9780062272515_b7535Almost one year ago, Alice TodHunter Moon left her PathFinder village to become Apprentice to ExtraOrdinary Wizard Septimus Heap. The Castle still fills Tod with wonder—it’s hard to believe all that Magyk comes from the great block of lapis lazuli beneath the Wizard Tower.

But in faraway lands, the brilliant blue stone is crumbling to dust. Soon the destruction will spread to the Castle and the Wizard Tower will lose its Magyk and come tumbling down. It seems that the Orm Egg that Tod rescued from the evil sorcerer Oraton-Marr was the Keystone holding the Enchantment of the lapis lazuli in place. But the Egg has hatched now, and the Keystone is no more.

Somehow, from somewhere, another Keystone must be found—but how?

Despite the intrigues of the witch Marissa and the Red Queen, both of whom have their own plans to take over the Castle, Tod sets off on a hazardous journey to find a new Keystone. She has yet to discover that Aunt Mitza has murderous plans in store.

This final installment of the TodHunter Moon trilogy celebrates how hard work, selflessness, and the courage to be who you are can create a harmony that spans the seas and stars.

On Sale Date: October 11, 2016

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Hi everyone,

I’m going to be doing my first ever writers’ workshop for grown-ups soon. It’s in Cornwall way down past Penzance near the romantic and rugged Lamorna cove. The course lasts the week, from Monday 7th March through to Saturday 12th, but I’ll be there on the Wednesday night for talking writing stuff over supper and then we’ll be doing a workshop on the Thursday morning. It would be brilliant if anyone here can make it, it’s a fab place.

Here are the details: http://thewritingretreat.co.uk/2016/02/07/angie-sage-talks-writing/

 

 

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First, very big apologies from me for not having been around for ages. I’ve been taking time out to think. After finishing StarChaser – the last book of the TodHunter Moon trilogy – I really needed some time to get my ideas back again. And at last I think they are venturing out once more.

I’ll get back to all the fab questions in Ask Angie very soon, but first … here is a brilliant competition to have your name in StarChaser. I’ve already written the scene, all it needs is YOUR name!

You can enter here: http://www.septimusheap.com/contest

Good luck!

 

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TodHunter Moon Book 2: SandRider

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It’s been two months since Alice TodHunter Moon—who insists on being called Tod—left her home in the seaside PathFinder village to pursue a life of Magyk in the Castle. Being Apprentice to ExtraOrdinary Wizard Septimus Heap is tricky, though—there’s loads of new Magyk to learn, and she dearly misses her friends Oskar and Ferdie. But at least she’s mastered the UnSeen Charm.

She’s lucky she has, too—that UnSeen will come in handy when she sets out with Oskar and Ferdie on a perilous journey to retrieve the Egg of the Orm from the Desert of the Singing Sands. If they don’t reach the Egg before it hatches, the new baby Orm could imprint on the evil sorcerer Oraton-Marr, giving him unlimited Magyk to do with what he wishes. . . .

Bursting with humorous and poignant moments, SandRider celebrates the satisfaction of taking charge of one’s path in life—unexpected adventures and all.

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Here’s a great post about SYREN and SANDRIDER from Mary Claire, who writes the brilliant RealRadReads blog and is a big fan of Sep Heap. If you’re into good YA fiction and wondering what to read next, RealRadReads is the place to go.

http://realradreads.com/7-months-of-septimus-heap-syren/

 

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There’s a petition for the Sep Heap movie – started by a big Septimus fan – up and running at change.org.

Here is the link: https://www.change.org/p/septimus-heap-movie-let-s-make-it-happen

Overnight it gathered over 300 signatures, which is wonderful. I love how how many people love the Sep Heap world!

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I’m back. At last. And big BIG apologies for disappearing for so long. It was a bit of a writing tunnel for some time, but now I have finished StarChaser (THM book 3) and I’m back in the world again. Hooray!

Okay, Ask Angie section, here I come.

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