'The Art of Forgetting is compelling and beautifully written . . . It's not a book I'll be forgetting any time soon!' Emma Pass, author of Author of 'ACID', Random House 'A roistering romp, with darker undercurrents... Intriguing characters in a setting both familiar and different' Francis Knight, author of 'Fade to Black', Orbit publishing '...another excellent addition to Joanne Hall's...
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
Date posted to ACX:
Jun 25 2016
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Comments from the Rights Holder:
The Art of Forgetting: Rider has been exceptionally well received. Nominated for The People's Book Prize, The Lammie's, The Ippies, and reviewed favourably on Fantasy Faction.
A coming-of-age tale that explores sexuality, friendship, love and lust, The Art of Forgetting: Rider packs a punch and takes no prisoners. Instead, it explores and celebrates love regardless of gender.
Grimbold Books is a small and independent publisher, but already they have released in excess of 15 quality novels from acclaimed writers. With a strong internet presence both marketing and social media, as well as regular convention attendees, they're on the up.
Grimbold Books reach: Over 3000 genuine fans on Facebook across Grimbold, Tenebris Books and Kristell Ink
2000 genuine fans on Twitter
Professional and regularly updated blogs and websites
Strong engagement with readers, regular competitions and publication of quality literature.
Joanne Hall actively promotes and uses Twitter, with some 11k tweets to her name and 800 followers. Her blog has over 15k hits, and her writing resume is impressive.
More can be found about Jo at www.hierath.co.uk
About the author:
A full-time author since 2003, Joanne's “New Kingdom” fantasy trilogy was published by Epress Online, and was a finalist in both the PLUTO and EPPIE awards . Her short stories have appeared in many publications, both print and online, including Afterburn SF, Quantum Muse, and The Harrow. For the last four years, Joanne has been the Chair of BristolCon, Bristol's thriving science fiction and fantasy convention. She also runs the Bristol Fantasy and SF Society Facebook group, and occasionally works in an editing position for Dark Ocean Studios, a small comics company based in San Jose.