We are delighted to share the news that Publisher Kathryn Taussig has acquired World All-Language rights including Film & Television for two page-turning historical novels by author Luisa A. Jones. The first will publish in June 2023, and is about a young woman, Rosamund, who is married against her will to the cruel Sir Lucien Fitznorton. She thinks her happiness is at an end… until she meets her husband’s new chauffeur and discovers the freedom that driving brings her. A second, linked novel will publish in January 2024.

Luisa says,

“I couldn’t be more thrilled to have been given the opportunity to publish my first two historical novels with Storm. It’s such a dynamic team with incredible expertise, and I’m confident that my work could not be in safer hands. Kathryn Taussig’s insightful suggestions have already inspired me, and I’m excited at the prospect of working with her to make my writing the very best it can be.”

Kathryn says,

“Sometimes you know a story is special from the first page, and that was definitely the case with Luisa’s writing. Rosamund is a genuine and loveably flawed protagonist who you really root for throughout the book. Luisa already has great reviews for her self-published fiction, and I can’t wait to bring this new historical strand of her writing to her established fans and new readers alike.”

You can read more about Luisa on her website, or find her on twitter and Facebook.

Oliver Rhodes

Storm Managing Director

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