Just wanted to let you know that Never Out of Sight will no longer be published in September but in January 2017. The reasons are countless but let me assure you that Never Out of Sight will be even more exciting and, I hope you’ll agree, totally worth waiting for. Developments within the publishing house but also within the manuscript itself mean that the date has had to change – but it is for the better! I am personally very excited!
Thank you to all who have preordered. It is available on Amazon and is currently only £1.99! If you loved S is for Stranger, you will definitely love Never Out of Sight.
Never Out of Sight
Also, don’t forget my other half i.e. Lottie Phillips produces her women’s fiction next year and you won’t want to miss Anna’s quest for love!
Warmest wishes to you lovely readers, Louise x
If, like me, you adore your Kindle but equally love the feel and smell of a book… I am pleased to tell you that S is for Stranger by Louise Stone is out in paperback too! You can find it on Amazon and having signed quite a few copies already, I can’t tell you how exciting it is to see my words in the flesh. Thank you to everyone who has bought a copy and I hope you enjoy it!
Best wishes, L. Stone
Yes, the day has finally arrived – my book will be winging its way to a Kindle near you. Not wanting to sound too much like a speech at The Oscars… I’d like to thank everybody on Twitter and Facebook who have so kindly retweeted or promoted my posts – I never take for granted how much support is out there and it really is truly appreciated. Also, to all those who have reviewed my book – again, I’m so grateful to you.
Happy Reading Everyone!
I’m so grateful to Amanda Jennings for her amazing words about my book!
When ‘The Call’ came from Carina UK, I can honestly say I was overwhelmed with such a rush of emotions that, for once in my life, I was at a loss for words. I felt excitement mixed with a fear of the unknown and, if you can believe it, relief! Relief because all my hard work had paid off and the many tears shed over the years had become worthwhile.
I started writing seriously in 2010 and I’ve had a rollercoaster of a journey to this point but as any writer will know, once you start this writing game it becomes an addiction; it’s your life. So ‘The Call’ – the day a publisher decides you’ve got something they like and they actually ring you – became a sort of dream that I replayed over and over in my mind.
When I was then told I was being offered two two-book contracts, I really was rendered speechless! My lovely editor explained what she saw in my books, both my psychological suspense and women’s fiction, and I realised what a great publishing house I’m joining and what an amazing thing it is to have an editor who just gets you, gets your work, who you know is really on your side.
I’m thrilled to have been given the opportunity to share my stories with readers all over the world.
I hope you enjoy my novels as they appear and keep in touch. You can find me at @writercharlie on Twitter.