Up next in 2018 is Sandra Unerman’s Ghost and Exiles!

We’re taking the next few weeks to announce our 2018 line-up, one new release at a time. Last week we announced that Nate Friedman has a new Canadian Classic children’s chapter book coming February 17th, 2018, The Last Hockey Fight. You can read all about that here.

This week, we’re announcing the upcoming quasi-sequel to Sandra Unerman‘s Spellhaven; Ghosts and Exiles!

A generation after the events of Spellhaven, a family tries to find their way in a post-magic society. While some still search to revive the secrets of the city and powers they once lost, others are plagued by what magic and ghosts remain to haunt them in 1930’s England.

The cover for Ghosts and Exiles will be revealed closer to the launch date, but we expect this book to launch April 17th, 2018.

In the meantime, if you haven’t read Spellhaven, I suggest you pick it up and get started. Though, even if you jump right into Ghosts and Exiles when it comes out, you won’t be confused as it is an entirely new set of characters with their own story to tell.

Sandra Unerman lives in London in the UK. When she retired from a career as a Government lawyer, she undertook an MA in Creative Writing at Middlesex University, specialising in SF and fantasy, and graduated in 2013. Since then, she has had a number of short stories published. She writes reviews and articles for the British Science Fiction Association and the British Fantasy Society. She is a member of London Clockhouse writers and other writing groups. Her interests include history, folklore and medieval literature.


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