Tag: New Books

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…

Yeovil Book Event

This month I’m delighted to be sharing an event with Liz Fenwick, author of The Returning Tide, as we discuss sisters and the coastal inspirations in our latest books. Venue: Waterstones, Yeovil Date: Wed 19th July 2017 Time: 7.30pm Join us for a glass…

Little Sister Goodreads Giveaway!

Trapeze books are delighted to announce a second Goodreads Giveaway for Isabel Ashdown’s twisty new thriller about family secrets and betrayal: Little Sister … register your interest now to be in with the chance of winning one of ten copies this February! Goodreads Book…

Latest News from Isabel Ashdown

The autumn newsletter is out now, including details of a special eBook pre-order price for Little Sister … as well as an exclusive early extract from the book!  Click on the image below to read the full newsletter: If you’re not signed up the…

An evening of readings at Kingston Writing School

On Wednesday 2nd November, Isabel will be join children’s author Sue Wallman at Kingston University for an evening of readings and audience Q&A with Kingston Writing School.  Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome! For more information, click on the logo below:  

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…

New Isabel Ashdown novel announced for 2017

We are delighted to reveal news of the forthcoming novel from Isabel Ashdown, recently announced in a two-book deal with Trapeze, the exciting new imprint from The Orion Publishing Group. Sam Eades, senior commissioning editor at Orion said of the acquisition: ‘The complex relationship…

Name the dog and win books!

Enter our Name the Dog competition for a chance to see your winning entry in print and receive a complete set of books by Isabel Ashdown.  Follow this link to place your entry on the Facebook page … and good luck!

‘Summer of ’76’ Book Review: Book of the Month

‘The author paints a beautiful picture of a classic British summer, and has created characters that are likeable and interesting, flawed but real.  An exceptionally good read’ – Rachel Amy Williams for Chichester Local

Isabel Ashdown Feature in Chichester Local, July 2013

Isabel talks to Chichester Local magazine about life and writing in West Sussex:

‘Hurry Up and Wait’ Book Review: Sainsbury’s Magazine, August 2011

“Bursting with school-girl preoccupations of the 1980s . . . this lively journey through the embarrassments of growing up is tightly entwined with a darker tale.”

‘Hurry Up and Wait’ Book Review: Bella magazine, June 2011

“Ashdown’s Glasshopper was one of our favourite books of 2009, and her second novel is another mix of compelling characters and 1980s nostalgia.”