Welcome back to Midnight . . .

Midnight Crossroad hiresWe’re heading back to Midnight today with a sneaky peek at the brand new series from Charlaine Harris herself.

In a town where people to go to hide from their past what happens when the past catches up to you?

Are you ready for Midnight Crossroad?

Intrigued? You can read the first two chapters here.

Can’t wait until 8th May? You can enter to one of two proof copies by filling in our form below!

Don’t forget to visit the blog this Wednesday for an exciting announcement!

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Midnight Crossroad is out in bookshops on the 8th of May. You can pre-order your copy today. 

Are you on Goodreads? We’re giving away 15 copies of Midnight Crossroad to 20 lucky readers. But be quick, our giveaway ends tomorrow!

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Jen works in the Gollancz/Indigo marketing team. Originally from New York, she talks too loud (and far too fast). When not marketing books or devising evil genius plans (as she prefers to think of marketing) she reads too much, adventures as much as possible and is learning the difference between US and UK English (it’s a complex process). She has a weakness for brilliant YA novels, fairy tales, myths, chocolate tea and trashy American TV. She also has a pathological hatred of mayo. You can follow her on Twitter: @gennmcmenemy
  • Hi!

    I’ve entered every possible competition for this book but haven’t been so lucky yet! 🙁 Haha. I entered the Goodreads giveaway last week. It says on here that 20 winners would be announced, but only 15 were.

    I don’t know how Goodreads run their giveaways, if winners are randomly selected or based on their reading habits, but most the winners don’t even seem like Charlaine Harris fans or at least haven’t read most her other books. Do you know how winners are selected on there and if 5 more will be chosen?

    I’ve just realised something!

    Last year, I think, I submitted one of my books to your team for consideration and I got a note back with a little scribble on the back, saying, ‘The setting is interesting–don’t give up on this one! Jen.’

    Was that you who wrote that? If so, thank you! It made me smile, I really appreciated the encouragement, and I haven’t given up on the series. I released Book Two of it last August and its sales have got me through the winter at least, and my readers are excited for the next one. =P Haha. I’m still writing and will release the third in the series this summer.

    So if it was you, thanks again for kind words, and thanks for all the opportunities to win a copy of Midnight Crossroad! I hope I’m luckier this time; I’m not sure anyone else wants to read it more than I do! =P.