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Mary & I are always happy to hear from readers but there are a few questions we get a lot and, err, I do mean A LOT so I’m going to do my best to address them here:

“Can you please provide me with an ARC of…” I’m not involved at all in the distribution of ARCs of my work. I leave this entirely to my publishers so I’m afraid you’ll have to go via one of the ARC-request services (NetGalley or Edelweiss) or contact the publisher directly.

“I cannot find a copy of…” Not all of my work is available in all formats and all territories at all times. In general, if it’s not there, it’s not available.

“Will you write a sequel to…” This is complicated but, um, probably not? It’s not that I don’t want to (and I’m super flattered you liked a set of characters so much you want to spend more time with them) but whether a publisher wants a sequel is a business decision. Chances are, if sequel isn’t available, it’s because there isn’t an opportunity at present for me to write one. This doesn’t mean I don’t love the books and don’t value your enthusiasm for them. It’s just the way the industry works. And I do try to leave my characters in good places at the end of my books – I might not go full HEA, but HFN for sure!

  • You are very welcome to catch me on your social media platform of choice, though the ones I use most often are Instagram, Twitter and Facebook (in that order). Alternatively, you can leave me a comment on my blog or sign up for my newsletter below.
  • I also have a wonderful assistant called Mary who is always happy to ask me questions, prod me about things and generally keep me organised. You can email her mary(at)quicunquevult(dot)com. I really wish this went without saying, but please do remember that Mary is a person and treat her with courtesy.
  • If you want to talk business, you’d be best off contacting my agent, Courtney Miller-Callihan, of the Handspun Literary Agency.
  • If you’re looking for merchandise you can find it on my Redbubble site.
  • Finally, I have undertaken a slightly peculiar project called Alexis Crossing, which you can sign up and receive a hand written letter from me at some point in the, well, fairly distant future. You can read about it here.

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