We are overjoyed to announce that Publisher Kathryn Taussig has acquired World All-Language rights including Film & Television for three books in a new series by Kindle All-Star author Sharon Booth. Set in the picturesque Yorkshire town of Tuppenny Bridge, these warm-hearted novels are perfect for fans of Heidi Swain, Trisha Ashley and Holly Martin. The first will publish on the Storm launch list in May 2023, followed by two further books in the series later that year.

Sharon says,

“I’m delighted to have signed with Storm Publishing. As an indie author of twenty-five books, I’m excited to be working with Kathryn, and the rest of this experienced and professional team, and I’m looking forward to learning from them. I can’t wait to see what we achieve together.”

Kathryn says,

“Sharon’s talent stood out to me right away. She has an exceptional ability to write stories with genuine characters and real emotional depth while also not scrimping on all the warm and lovely details that make this kind of fiction so addictive. You only have to look at her reviews to see how much readers love her writing, and I’m so excited to bring this new series to an even wider audience as part of Storm’s launch list. I feel lucky to have the chance to collaborate with authors like Sharon and I can’t wait to publish these books.”

For more information on Sharon, please check her out on twitter and her website!

Oliver Rhodes

Storm Managing Director

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