Debbie Howells

INTERVIEWS + EVENTS

Following on from the launch of psychological thriller The Bones of You in July 2015, its author Debbie Howells will be attending various events and being featured in the press. We’ll keep you up to date as these are announced:

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Amazon’s Rising Stars – The Bones of You was Amazon’s Debut of the month for July 2015! Hard cover, Kindle and audio download editions may now be purchased (a paperback will come later). The Bones of You is also available from other booksellers.

We are delighted that The Bones of You was included in The Magnificent 70: Guardian’s Not the Booker prize longlist. The initial 70 books will be whittled down to 6 by public vote.

 

Publicity accompanying the launch of The Bones of You includes articles about Debbie and the book in various publications:

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Sussex Life August 2015 issue features an interview with debut author Debbie Howells

Sussex Life – Debbie Howells is interviewed in the August 2015 edition of Sussex Life Magazine.

The Guardian – Debbie and her agent Juliet were interviewed in the Guardian on Sunday 19th July on toxic family dynamics. Said Debbie: “All families are a little bit dysfunctional and so that’s easy to relate to in a novel,” she says. “With The Bones of You I really wanted to look at the difference between our first impressions of people and what actually goes on. We’re all inherently nosey and keen to find out what happens behind closed doors.”

Mumsnet – The Bones of You is a featured debut on Mumsnet and Debbie gives her tips for debut authors – you can apply for an advance copy to review, as well.

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Woman and Home August 2015 recommends The Bones of You

Woman and Home – The August issue (out in July) includes their choice of the 50 Best Books of Summer and includes The Bones of You as one of their 3 Gripping Crime Reads – “When 18-year-old Rosie is found dead, rifts in her apparently perfect family begin to show. Kate, a neighbour, suspects the police are missing something. A compelling debut.”

Waterstones Blog – Debbie talks about Rosamund Lupton’s Afterwards on Waterstones Book Marks Blog and what it is about the writing that makes it a good book for her: “How completely it draws you in and occupies your mind, lingering even after the last page has been turned, then pulling you back again, later, to read and re-read the most thought-provoking passages.”

 

 

You can also follow Debbie on Twitter and use Hashtag #thebonesofyou.

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