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Writers and their Teenage Jobs

Collected is a weekly series of articles from Royal Literary Fund writers, and this week’s feature is from me. A few weeks ago, I sent out the question: Writers! What was your best and worst casual job as a teenager?  The responses were fascinating…

Merry Christmas Book Lovers!

It’s Christmas, and time for me to shut down my social networks to spend time with family and friends before work begins on the next book in 2018.  Huge thanks to all you book champions for your friendship, support and good chat this year…

Trapeze Snaps Up ‘Jawdropping’ Thriller from Ashdown

I’m over the moon to share the news that I’ll be working on two new thrillers with the team at Trapeze and Orion Publishing – the first being LAKE CHILD, described by editorial director Sam Eades as ‘Flowers in the Attic meets BBC’s The…

The Royal Literary Fund supporting writers and writing since 1790

This month I am delighted and honoured to take up my new post as Royal Literary Fund (RLF) Fellow at the University of Chichester, where I will be resident two days a week to offer writing support to all students. The RLF has been…

Ten Books to Read on the Isle of Wight

If you’re holidaying on the Isle of Wight this year (which I’d highly recommend), you might like a few book recommendations to get you fully immersed in Wight spirit.  Here are ten novels, set on the Isle of Wight, starting with my latest psychological…

Little Sister – Read the 1st Three Chapters

Want to read a sneak preview of Little Sister? It’s a little while until release date, so Trapeze Books have made the first three chapters available on the Isabel Ashdown Books Facebook Page.  Happy reading! eBook April 2017 / Paperback July 2017