Book Bound attendees have gone on to enjoy publishing success. And four of them have blogged about it on the Authors Allsorts blog: “The Game Changing Writing Course”.
She writes about her Book Bound experience in one of her interviews.
Tracey Mathias’s timely Brexit-inspired YA thrilled was snapped up by Scholastic and Tracey has this to say about Book Bound:
Rowena House’s debut historical novel Goose Road is being published by Walker Books in April 2018.
Rowena says, “Proof that the editorial foundations Book Bound give you really work came for me when Walker bought the second full draft of The Goose Road, following my own development edit. Since then, it’s only needed line & copy edits.”
- Zoe Cookson has enjoyed newspaper coverage and rave reviews for her self-published picture book, Odd Job Frog.
- Tracey Mathias has a lovely long list of 5 star reviews for her self-published Assalay series.
- Sheila Averbach writes “How I got my agent and what nearly stopped me” with a lovely nod to her experience at Book Bound.
- Olivia Kiernan, a Book Bound 2016 author, landed a “six figure pre-empt” deal from Quercus for her debut adult novel, with major rights deals as well, announced on May 2017.