I’m now hard at work on book 2 but I’ve done a couple of events recently which have been great fun. Firstly a discussion with the forensic psychologist Kerry Daynes, whose book The Dark Side of the Mind is a fascinating insight into her work with some of the country’s most challenging and dangerous criminals. And secondly, a long awaited appearance at the Riff Raff Club with fellow debut authors Clare McGlasson, Gareth Rubin and Justin Myers, expertly chaired by Justin Myers AKA The Guyliner.
Here I am chatting to the great Pam Stack for the digital radio channel Authors on the Air:
Fantastic event with Ruth Mancini and Claire Askew, chaired by the brilliant Fiona Stalker.
Available early at Waterstones and Foyles!
I will be appearing on a free webinar hosted by I Am In Print - sign up to ask me any questions you might have about Blood Orange or writing in general.
Looking forward to this very much.
Happy New Year! It feels as if I’ve been waiting forever, but 2019 is finally here, when my debut novel will be published. And I’m delighted to say that it has been included in a few lists of debuts to watch for this year - Cosmopolitan, The Sun, The Express, the Sunday Express and The Observer. It’s a great start to the year.
One to Watch in the Bookseller.
A great review from Publishers Weekly: “a page turner that drives to a shocking and satisfying ending. Readers will eagerly await Tyce’s next”.
I attended Harrogate two years ago as an MA student with half a novel in my mind. Two years has brought quite a change...
Drinks event to preview Blood Orange pre next year's publication.
Two very exciting things happened this week - I met some of my fantastic foreign publishers at a London Book Fair drinks (Gyldendal Norsk, Edition Robert Laffont, PRH Spain and Varrak) and I held a proof copy of Blood Orange for the first time. It’s a beauty and this is just the ARC...
Look! My name! On my book! (I don’t think this will ever get tired...)
Nothing to do with writing, but here are some pictures of plants at Kew in celebration of nearly spring after what’s been too much winter. A nod to new beginnings, as it were...
A peacock tail.