THE CURSED WIFE: 8 March 2018

Not long now …!









An exciting box of books has been delivered from Pan Macmillan, and I have been spending a lot of time running my fingers over the embossed gold lettering and admiring the cover.  It is a strange – but fabulous – feeling to see the words you’ve wrestled with for so long taking shape on the page.



I’ve set aside a few copies to give away in the run up to publication on 8 March 2018, so keep an eye out for giveaway contests on Facebook and Twitter (@PamHartshorne) and the name on this envelope could be yours.


2 Responses

  1. Just returned from our tenth time in York. We come often….didn’t know you were the author behind so many of the non-fiction titles we have picked up to read.

    • Thanks for your comment. It’s great to know you like visiting York so much and enjoying reading about its history. I’m guessing from your comment that you’ve read the illustrated history of York Merchant Adventurers and their Hall? I hope you enjoyed it if so – it was such an interesting history to write! I’ve also been lucky enough to edit two wonderful illustrated books about the Great East Window by Sarah Brown and one about the history of York Minster itself. I’ve been moving more towards non-fiction over the last couple of years, but am still keeping my hand in on the fictional front too!

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