On Saturday we had our semi-annual author meet-up in London, where we had a chance to catch up with our wonderful writers over drinks and nibbles, as well as finding out what their next big projects are. Here is a taster of what’s to come:

Simon Michael, Natalie Linh Bolderston and Elizabeth Bailey

Elizabeth Bailey has more dazzling Regency romances and murder mysteries in the pipeline with new Brides By Chance and Lady Fan novels coming our way.

Graham Brack has handed in the final instalment of his thrilling Josef Slonský Investigation series, and will be launching a new historical crime series next year.

We are currently working on Jane Cable’s second compelling romance novel, Winter Skies, and she is already drafting her third.

Michael Fowler’s gripping crime thriller series, the DS Hunter Kerr Investigations, is being launched this month.

Anthony Galvin is working on exciting new thrillers under the pen name of Dean Carson, which we will be publishing soon.

Anthony Galvin and Michael Fowler

Charlie Garratt is drafting book three in his intriguing historical mystery series, the Inspector James Given Investigations.

The captivating fourth instalment of Valerie Holmes’ sweeping Regency adventure series, The Yorkshire Saga, will be coming out soon.

Two members of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Natalie Kleinmann and Ros Rendle, have recently signed with us and will be bringing out brilliant new books next year.

A brand-new book in Simon Michael’s atmospheric historical crime series, the Charles Holborne Legal Thrillers, is going up on pre-order this month and he has an idea in mind for the next one.

We will soon be publishing book five in Linda Stratmann’s absorbing Victorian detective series, the Mina Scarletti Mysteries, and she has started work on book six.

Deborah Swift’s powerful new wartime romance, The Occupation, will be out by the end of this year.

Thank you to all of the authors who were able to attend, and we hope to see everyone again to celebrate our second anniversary in March!

 

The Sapere Books team

 

Image credit: a big thank you to Gary Stratmann for his photographs.

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