Celebrations as 50,000 copies of Here To Stay sold!

Celebrations as 50,000 copies of Here To Stay sold!

My publisher sent this picture!

There’s good news to announce and it’s definitely celebration time here at Edwards Towers.

Thank you to everyone who has bought Here To Stay so far. To date 50,000 copies have been sold in under a month!

For anyone who hasn’t yet bought it, it’s a tale about the chilling consequences of welcoming strangers into your home and the in-laws from hell.

Here are some of the reviews from readers:

“It has the twists, the turns and the emotion that every psychological thriller NEEDS to have to be successful.” – Lucii Dixon, Southampton, UK

“The tension I felt reading this was insane. At some points I even got physically anxious and had to keep reading just to calm my nerves.” – Joe Hunt, Worcestershire, UK

“I was hooked on this book from page one and couldn’t put it down until I finished, Another great read from Mark Edwards.” – Yvonne Doney, New South Wales, Australia

“This book takes you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions while reading it…happy, sad, maddening, frustration, and downright angry.” – Leila Rae-Bush, Georgia, USA

“Fantastic story! A week spun tale with plenty of twists and right as you have figured it out, you have nothing. . .” David Alspector, Las Vegas, USA

If you’ve not yet read it, it’s available from Amazon.

Brilliant Bestseller news – Number 8 in Washington Post chart

Brilliant Bestseller news – Number 8 in Washington Post chart

Good news from across The Pond, my latest book Here To Stay has hit the Number 8 spot in The Washington Post’s National Fiction chart.

The book, my first ever to be published in hardback, has been out in America for a few weeks and has received some amazing reviews on Amazon and I am thrilled for it to be in the Washington Post’s Top Ten.

Thank you to everyone who has bought a copy, read and reviewed it, I appreciate your support as always.

The book is out in the UK on September 1, yes, it’s a Sunday, and I will be hosting my traditional launch party live on Facebook so head over there to join me. Click here if you want to RSVP. It’s not too long to wait now!

See you at the party!

Don’t miss out – Come and meet me at Chase BookFest

Don’t miss out – Come and meet me at Chase BookFest

If you’ve always wanted to meet me, now’s your chance! I’ll be taking part in a meet and greet event at Chase BookFest at the Museum of Cannock Chase in Hednesford on Saturday, 21 September.

It’s the museum’s first ‘Chase BookFest’ which will be showcasing some local authors and others from further afield.

The day will include ‘Meet the Author’ sessions, Waterstones pop up book store, Author Readings, Q&A panels (Crime and women’s fiction), Tea with the Author plus lots more.

There are only a handful of tickets left for my event so if you want to come and meet me for tea and cake, call the number in the picture (01543 877666) before they sell out.

It’s £3 entry plus £5 for my event. I’ll be signing books too. The admission price also includes entry to prize draws which has exciting prizes such as signed books, book bundles and an afternoon tea voucher.

Throughout the day there will be timetabled author readings and meet and sign sessions. These don’t need to be booked, but will only take place at the allotted time. You will be posted a timetable if you book in advance, or given one if you purchase your entry ticket on the day.

Visit the Facebook Page here or for more information visit the museum’s website here.

I look forward to meeting some of you there and enjoying a nice cuppa and a slice or two of cake.

See you soon!

Fingers crossed! Last of the Magpies on Capital Crime Awards shortlist!

Fingers crossed! Last of the Magpies on Capital Crime Awards shortlist!

I’m happy to announce some more good news. Last of the Magpies has been shortlisted for the Capital Crime Awards in the Best E-book category.

The Capital Crime Festival takes place from September 26-28th at The Connaught Rooms, London. I’ll be appearing on September 27th, in conversation with fellow author Lisa Jewell.

The awards sees Capital Crime and Amazon Publishing partnering up to  present new awards that give readers the power to honour their favourite books, films and TV. The shortlists were decided by Capital Crime’s advisory board of authors, industry leaders and reviewers, but readers will have the final say on who wins in each category.

Capital Crime festival pass holders will be able to vote for the winner in each category from today until September 19. So, if you have a pass please, please, please vote for Last of the Magpies, I’d really appreciate it. The winners will be announced at at a gala reception on Saturday 28th marking the close of the festival.

Visit Capital Crime for more information and tickets.

Hope to see you there and fingers crossed!

I did it! Last of the Magpies won the Most Elusive Villain Award!

I did it! Last of the Magpies won the Most Elusive Villain Award!

Me looking very excited to be named winner!

I did it! Last of the Magpies won its category at the Dead Good Reader Awards – and it’s all thanks to you guys. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me. It’s the first thing I’ve ever won and I’m very, very pleased.

I was announced as the winner at the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate and it was such a great honour and a special night. I’m very proud that Lucy Newton won The Cat and Mouse Award for Most Elusive Villain as she’s the antagonist in my first solo novel, The Magpies, which sparked the sequels A Murder of Magpies and Last of the Magpies.

Thank you all again for voting once, twice, as many times as you could to make sure that I won.

Here’s hoping there may be a few more awards on the horizon!

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