Tag: isle of wight

The Dead Good Reader Awards – vote Little Sister!

The readers have spoken … and Little Sister has been shortlisted for a 2018 Dead Good Reader Award! THANK YOU to everyone who voted for me back in May. There’s now a second round to get through, so if you’d like to see Little Sister named ‘Most Dysfunctional Family’ at…

Little Sister in 99p Kindle Spring Sale

Little Sister is currently in the 99p Kindle Spring Sale … so if you haven’t read it yet, now’s your chance to pick it up for less than the cost of a cuppa! And if you’d like to keep up with all my other…

Six Questions about Little Sister

Trapeze Editorial Director Sam Eades asks Isabel six questions about Little Sister: 1) Why did you choose to explore the relationship between sisters? What makes this relationship unique? I have a little sister (who I love very much) – and, I have a big…

Presenting … Little Sister by Isabel Ashdown

Trapeze are delighted to share the stunning new cover for Little Sister … out on ebook April 2017 and in paperback July 2017! To keep up with all the news, competitions and events in the run up to release, you can sign up to…

Strange Alliances: Isabel Ashdown on Writing the Close Up and Personal

This month I’ve had the pleasure of chatting to Elaine Aldred over on Strange Alliances, on the intricacies of writing about people and place.  Here’s a short extract from the interview – please click the link to read on: “Isabel Ashdown is a writer…

Isabel Ashdown talks about the Isle of Wight locations in her new book, Summer of ’76

Isabel talks to Island Life magazine (page 40) about returning to the Isle of Wight for her latest novel, Summer of ’76.

Author Isabel Ashdown talks to Writing Magazine about writing, birdwatching and Charlie the Border Terrier

Writing Magazine, June 2011