Author Archives: Imogen Howson

Cover reveal for UNRAVEL

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UNRAVEL ARC giveaway and cover reveal!

An exciting week! I’ve just received my advance review copies of UNRAVEL, the sequel to LINKED, and I’ve been given the green light to reveal the cover as well! To celebrate, and to give people a chance to win one … Continue reading

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LINKED is out in the UK!

Available from Amazon.co.uk and bookshops across the country (no, really – friends have been finding it, like, all over the place!).

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LINKED is out in America!

And it’s out! Champagne may have been drunk.

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Happy New This-year-my-book-releases Year!

LINKED is coming out this year, in June, and I’m planning a book launch/birthday party. I’m also hoping to go the London Book Fair again, and – if further subsidiary rights sales permit – go to America for a conference … Continue reading

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No no NaNo. But yes to running.

So, I started NaNoWriMo, felt instantly overwhelmed and exhausted, and realized that, okay, two weeks in between reaching one deadline and imposing another on myself is not really enough of a break to recover my creative energy. So instead, I’m … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Samhain Publishing!

Samhain Publishing is seven years old today, and, because publishing companies come of age a lot quicker than, say, people, celebrating with a half-naked model is in no way inappropriate.

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“Happy Halloween!” say the pumpkins

Eight organic squashes would like to wish you a happy Halloween. (Yes, we are going to eat them.)

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Deadlines, meeting deadlines…and NaNoWriMo?

The last few months have been taken up travelling to America (twice), going to my sister’s wedding (also kind of twice, because she and Dr. T-shirt had a separate wedding and reception), and getting through my fourteen-page editorial letter for … Continue reading

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