My latest novel, The Merlin’s Wife, is now available as an ebook from Amazon. It has its own dedicated page on the website where you can read the first chapter for free.
Make sure you pick up a copy of the Lancashire Telegraph this Saturday Nov 29th). I’ll be in the weekend magazine talking about Many Kinds of Silence.
The large print edition of An Honourable Estate will be published in September. Look out for it in local libraries. Lovely cover!
And if you enjoy audio books that will be coming soon as well.
The Circle of Fortune, which continues the story of Alicia de Lacy and Eble le Strange is available now.
My new novel Favoured Beyond Fortune will be published in March 2014 as an ebook followed by a paperback. I’ve signed a contract with Sigma Press for a non-fiction book about Lancashire Traditions.
My third historical novel By Loyalty Bound will be published in May 2013 by Claymore Press. Although it’s still lacking its cover it can be pre-ordered from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Loyalty-Bound-Elizabeth-Ashworth/dp/1781593701/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1358443696&sr=1-1
Come and join me at Knott End Library on 29th May! 2 p.m. And I’ve been promised there will be biscuits.
The de Lacy Inheritance is now available from Kobo: http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-de-Lacy-Inheritance/book-Aof2ZSfCG0m4XiFiWpV4Sw/page1.html
The audiobook version of The de Lacy Inheritance read by Gordon Griffin is now available on cassette or CD or as a download: https://www.isis-publishing.co.uk/osb/itemdetails.cfm/ID/6805 Or you can get it from http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-de-Lacy-Inheritance-Unabridged/dp/B0062O1Q24/ref=tmm_aud_title_0 priced at £15.37 or free if you sign up to a month’s trial membership.
The large print version of The de Lacy Inheritance is up on the Ulverscroft site with a gorgeous cover: http://www.ulverscroft.com/titlelist.php?txtTitle=The+de+Lacy+Inheritance&txtAuthor=&chkAllLp=Y&chkSoft=soft&chkHard=hard&selGenre=*&txtNarr=&selYear=*&selMonth=*&chkNxt3Mnth=Y&Search=search&searchMedia=Z+H+S
The audiobook version of The de Lacy Inheritance is being recorded this week by Gordon Griffin. Gordon has been in contact with me to ask about the pronunciations of Wallei and Cliderhou. You can see my reply here: https://elizabethashworth.com/contact/ And why not visit Gordon’s website at http://gordongriffin.com/ and ‘like’ his Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gordon-Griffin/184129144952903?sk=wall My friend and fellow author Hazel Osmond has generously allowed me a slot on her blog to talk about how and why I began writing historical fiction:http://www.hazelosmond.co.uk/page7.htm