You Can Pre-Order Book Two of The Witches of Woodville Now

If you’ve enjoyed reading The Crow Folk, then do please consider pre-ordering the next book in the series BABES IN THE WOOD. Here’s a quick blurb…

July, 1940

Fleeing the Nazi blitzkrieg, a trio of Kindertransport children come to stay with Lady Aston at Hayward Lodge in Woodville. Their arrival triggers a murder mystery involving a magic apple tree, modern art, a U-boat, and a demonic hound. Faye Bright must play nanny to the terrified children while gathering clues to uncover the dark magic that threatens to change the course of the war.

I had so much fun writing this one. There’s all kinds of gleeful and exciting stuff to be revealed, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, if you’re the kind of person who likes to pre-order nice and early and then enjoy the surprise when a book arrives in the post (I know I do!), then you can find links to most retailers at the Woodville Village Bookshop here.

I say “most”… some retailers can be slower than others when updating their catalogues, so I’ll be updating as and when.

Also, if you were one of the lovely people who ordered from Coles Books to get a signed book and art print

Ooh, pretty!

… and you would like to do so again for Babes in the Wood… why not drop them a polite line and ask if they will? A little bit of positive customer feedback goes a long way these days. Oh, and I’ve had a sneak peek of Harry Goldhawk‘s “rough” of the cover art for Babes in the Wood. If you though the cover of The Crow Folk was gorgeous, then you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. More news as I get it!

People are saying Lovely Things about The Crow Folk

People are starting to say lovely things about THE CROW FOLK!

It’s available to pre-order in paperback, eBook and audio. It’s on NetGalley now, or you can have an exclusive peek at the opening here: https://witchesofwoodville.com/#library

I can’t tell you how terrifying it is to be compared to Terry Pratchett and Diana Wynne Jones! I get the Worzel Gummidge comparison — a big influence on this book in particular.