After eighteen months of hard work, lots of writing, editing and redrafting, today is the day on which The Gisburn Witch hits the (virtual) shelves. I am immensely proud to release my debut novel today, and would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who’ve helped me during this challenging, sometimes frustrating and always a little bit terrifying, journey. I would also like to take this opportunity to shamelessly plug my novel one more time (indulge me; it is release day, after all). So, for those who haven’t read all my previous blog posts about it (come on, where’ve you been?), this is what you need to know about my novel, The Gisburn Witch:
The Gisburn Witch
Released: 1st June 2015
A tragic tale of friendship, passion and betrayal set against the backdrop of the Pendle witch trials of 1612, one of the most famous witch trials in English history.
Scandalised as a young woman after being accused of seducing Tom Lister, a gentleman’s son, Jennet Preston’s life is filled with shame and hardship. An outcast in her own village, she befriends the Device family in Blacko, and she is quickly embroiled in their world of folk magic and superstition, of old family feuds and dangerous reputations.
When fate intervenes to reunite her with Tom, Jennet risks everything for love and happiness, but when tragedy strikes Jennet finds that she is vulnerable to accusations for which she could pay the ultimate price. The Gisburn Witch is a novel about falling in love with the wrong person, making the wrong friends, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Available at: Amazon UK / Amazon / Smashwords / Kobo