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Four Cosy Christmas Must-Reads for 2021

Four Cosy Christmas Must-Reads for 2021

This Christmas, snuggle up with a mug of hot chocolate and your soft blanket to enjoy one of these four cosy Christmas must-reads of 2021. At Avon, we publish a wide range of women’s fiction, romance, historical fiction and saga, and there’s something for everyone… Read More
Three Chilling Thrillers

Three Chilling Thrillers to Read this Winter

This winter, enjoy a mince pie with a slice of murder with these three chilling thrillers from Alex Pine, Nell Pattison and Sam Carrington. The Killer in the Snow by Alex Pine Out now in ebook, paperback and audiobook The first fall of snow can be fatal…… Read More
Five Thrillers to Read this Halloween 2021

Five Thrillers to Read this Halloween 2021

Halloween is a spooky time of year, and the perfect time to read a page-turning thriller. At Avon, we publish psychological thrillers, domestic thrillers and crime thrillers galore. Here are five newly released or upcoming thrillers to read over Halloween 2021. Trick or… Read More
Four Staycation Reads to Enjoy This Summer

Four Staycation Reads to Enjoy This Summer

With the summer upon us, now is the time to enjoy some heartwarming, escapist reads. If you’re not able to travel abroad to enjoy a beach read – we’ve got just the thing for you! Feel the sunshine on your face at a nearby park, or simply from the comfort… Read More
Best Beach Reads for 2021

Best Beach Reads for 2021

Whether you’re a thriller fan or a lover of romance, having a good book to read on the beach is a requirement for a good holiday or summer outing. Beach reads are a summer staple in all formats. Whatever you’re looking for in a book, we have you covered. Read More
The History behind Wartime with the Cornish Girls

The History behind Wartime with the Cornish Girls

CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES I’ve lived and worked in Cornwall for well over a decade now. It’s a peaceful, largely rural area, so you can imagine my astonishment on discovering that the underwater transatlantic cables that keep Britain’s internet running come ashore on a beach near where I live. When… Read More
Hannah Sunderland Bookshelf Tour

Hannah Sunderland’s Bookshelf Tour

  Hannah Sunderland’s Bookshelf Tour My bookshelves have always been a sacred space and I’m pretty sure that I spend more time reorganising them to look pretty than I do actually reading the books on there. I do struggle to read when I’m writing, as my own stories tend to… Read More
#PitMad

Submit to us via #PitMad

We’re taking part in #PitMad on Twitter today! #PitMad is a Twitter-focused pitch day for writers, particularly diverse voices, to pitch their novels and ideas to a large group of editors actively looking for new writing. How to take part To take part, simply write a short… Read More
5 Books to Lift Your Spirits

5 Books to Lift Your Spirits by Hayley Doyle

2021 has started with a bang. And not the bang we were all hoping for. Rather than the pop of a champagne cork or a splattering of fancy fireworks, sure, it’s exploded, but you don’t need me to harp on about how. You already know. Well! Thank goodness for books!… Read More
Avon's Christmas Titles 2020

Avon’s Christmas Titles 2020

This year we’ve released six new winter titles perfect for reading during this festive season. From crime thrillers to cosy women’s fiction. Whether you’re looking for your next read or the perfect Christmas gift, there’s a book for everyone. A Surprise Christmas Wedding by Phillipa Ashley It’s been a year… Read More
How to Write your Author Biography

How to Write your Author Biography

Being asked for your author biography can be daunting – perhaps you have no idea how to summarise everything about yourself into a paragraph or two, or maybe you think you won’t have anything to say! It’s important to remember that whilst publishers will use your bio to get a… Read More
Clare Marchant

What Inspires Me | Clare Marchant

Clare Marchant shares what inspired her to write The Secrets of Saffron Hall In sitting down to write this, and really thinking about what inspires what I write about, I’ve realised that the one thing that ties together all that I write about, is connections. We’re all connected in life, to other… Read More
AvonBookFest Bella Osborne Bookshelf Tour

Bella Osborne’s Bookshelf Tour

I’ve been a keen reader since I was very young. The weekly trip to the library with my Grandma was something I cherished. It felt like a very grown up thing to do – even in the children’s section! I proudly had my library cards and took time to choose… Read More
AvonBookFest Mel Sherratt Where I Write

Where I Write with Mel Sherratt

I moved home three years ago. I do love our new place, but my office is a lot smaller. Having said that, I live in a bungalow now and there is a larger spare bedroom that I could move into, but I don’t. So I guess I like this one. The… Read More
Nicola Gill's Bookshelfie

Nicola Gill’s Bookshelfie

How do you organise your bookshelves? (by colour, alphabetically, height?) There’s a part of me that would like to organise my ‘library’ by colour – and I do think it looks great when I see it in photos – but I can’t help feeling that isn’t treating books with the… Read More