News & Events

8th – 9th February 2020:
WriteMentor Writing Weekend
Hotel Du Vin
6th February 2020:
Storm of Ash paperback release
11th December 2019:
Storm of Ash Ebook release
11th December 2019:
Harper Collins Christmas Party
9th December 2019:
Exeter Literary Festival – 2pm to 3pm, Fantasy Worldbuilding with Angie Sage, Author.
20th September 2019:
WoWCON Literary Festival

28th May 2019:
Greenway Literary Festival, 3pm

13th December 2018:
City of Dust paperback release

10th December 2018:
Harpercollins Christmas Party

2nd November 2018:
BBC Radio Devon Evening Show

6th October 2018:
Fun Palace Event: Newton Abbot Library


27th-29th July 2018:
YALC: The Agent-Author process with @chloeseager
Cover reveal: City of Dust

4th July 2018:
HarperCollins Summer Party, V&A Museum Garden

12th May 2018:
Liz Nojan’s Bookshop, Tiverton
Devon Book Group

21st April 2018:
World Book Event, Dartmouth

25th August 2017:
Publication of Book of Fire
Harper Collins HQDigital

July 2017:
YALC: Cover reveal Book of Fire


If women write more books, and women read more books, can't we call our work simply fiction, and rename the other stuff "Male Fiction"?

This is the most personal piece that I have ever written for publication. Writing it made me sad and angry, but it also reminded me why I write the books I do.

A Throne of Swans by @katharinecorr @lizcorr_writes 😍
A beautifully written & captivating read! The magical world, storytelling & characters are so rich & descriptive that you fall between the pages of the book & feel compelled to stay 📚 @HotKeyBooksYA

I wanted to post one book biscuit for each day of June, but things got crazy and I never got the chance. Anyway, here's my biscuit version of Paper Avalanche. (Piping royal icing is trickier than it looks)


"Believing in magic is the only way you'll ever find it." - @BethCartwriter, Feathertide 🪶

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