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It’s June, summer is finally here, and so is Pride Month! Here at The Psychological Suspense Authors’ Association, we wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate our LGBTQ+ authors and characters. Let us know your favourites in the comments below! Note: Affiliate links are usedContinue reading “Pride at The PSAA”
I’m absolutely thrilled to finally announce that my historical suspense novels have been picked up by Quercus! The House at Helygen will publish in hardback, ebook, and audio in April 2022, with another to follow in 2023. I can’t wait for you to meet the Fox family and discoverContinue reading “Quercus acquires debut historical suspense novel from Victoria Hawthorne (Vikki Patis)”
I can’t really believe I’m writing this, but I have just been signed by the wonderful Emily Glenister at DHH Literary Agency! I submitted my historical fiction novel during their Pitch DHH event, and was thrilled to get a slot. I’ve never pitched in personContinue reading “Exciting news!”
Thrilled to have author Nicola Rayner on The Bandwagon! Nicola Rayner was born in Abergavenny, south Wales, and works as a freelance journalist. The Girl Before You, her first psychological thriller, was picked by the Observer as a debut to look out for in 2019. It has been translatedContinue reading “Author Spotlight: Nicola Rayner”
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll have seen a lot of photos of our golden retriever puppy, but I realised that I haven’t really written about our experience in full, so I thought I’d share what we’ve learned since bringing Ivy home. We startedContinue reading “Pets at The Bandwagon: Ivy’s journey”
Thrilled to welcome debut author Sharon Bairden to The Bandwagon! By day Sharon Bairden is the Services Manager in a small local independent advocacy service and has a passion for human rights; by night she has a passion for all things criminal. She blogs overContinue reading “Author Spotlight: Sharon Bairden”
The concept of Black Friday seems to have changed in recent years. While the big companies can afford to slash prices which make things more affordable, I’ve noticed a shift towards supporting small businesses and buying local where possible. Some companies are also promoting mindfulnessContinue reading “Black Friday: Beauty”
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