The Silent Wife out now
Would you risk everything for the man you loved? Even if you knew he'd done something terrible?
The Silent Wife, the emotionally gripping family drama from Kerry Fisher, is published by Bookouture today!
Publisher Lydia Vassar-Smith said, 'An astonishing read. I really loved reading and adored the ending...an absolute blinder of a book.'
Get your copy here!
The Island Escape by Kerry Fisher is Released Today!
Kerry Fisher’s fabulous second novel The Island Escape has been published today by HarperCollins!
‘well written and pacey, stuffed full of characters you’ll warm to and a couple you won’t, and a thoroughly enjoyable experience. A perfect beach read’ The Daily Mail
‘I laughed out loud…well written and witty.’ Novelicious
The School Gate Survival Guide is out now!
Described as ‘a brilliantly astute novel. Memorable and pithy with bags of humour’ Kerry’s début novel, The School Gate Survival Guide, was published in e-book format in July and today the paperback edition hits the shelves.
Kerry said: 'I feel absolutely blessed to have come this far. I've worked hard and persevered, but I've also had some lucky breaks and massive support from so many readers, authors and friends. It's been quite humbling to see how generous-spirited people are. One of my lucky breaks was having Clare Wallace offer to represent me. Along with my editor, Helen Bolton, at Avon, Clare has helped to make the publishing process really enjoyable rather than daunting.'
‘Kerry’s writing style made it effortless to read and I got pulled in from the first page. I loved this book. It’s perfect for those summer afternoons. I look forward to seeing more from Kerry.’ Novel Kicks
‘Kerry Fisher has a really comfortable and well-paced writing style which only made the reading experience even more enjoyable. It's an engaging, entertaining, well-written and funny read; I loved it!’ ChickLit Club
Huge congratulations, Kerry!
After the Lie published today!
The gripping new novel by Kerry Fisher is published today by Bookouture!
Lydia has made a good life for herself, desperately trying to be and do the ‘right’ kind of things. But Lydia’s been living a lie for years and her husband, Mark, and her children have no idea about who she really is.
Nothing lasts forever, and the past catches up to her when the person who knows all Lydia’s little dark secrets turns up at the school gates, and his presence threatens to blow Lydia’s life apart.
What’s her terrible truth? Once the secret’s out, you can’t put it back...
This is a truly unputdownable book.
A Winter Tale from Kerry Fisher
With the countdown to Christmas on the approach, Kerry Fisher, author of The School Gate Survival Guide, is getting festive already.
Winter Tales – Stories to Warm Your Heart is a collection of twenty-four uplifting winter or Christmas-themed short stories written by the Write Romantics, a group of authors who met online through The Romantic Novelists’ Assocation’s New Writer’s scheme, and several published guests including Kerry Fisher. Inspired by Stephen Sutton, and his incredible fundraising, the anthology will be in aid of two charities: The Teenage Cancer Trust and Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Kerry has contributed two Christmassy chapters from her upcoming book to the anthology. It will be available in paperback and eBook formats through Amazon on 8th November 2014. All proceeds to be split between The Teenage Cancer Trust and Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
For more information about the anthology, please click here.
The School Gate Survival Guide release
We are excited to announce the publication of Kerry Fisher’s The School Gate Survival Guide in e-book today.
The School Gate Survival Guide will be published in paperback by Avon on 11th September but is available now in e-format.
Feisty Maia is a cleaner for ladies who lunch. She spends her life wiping up spilt Sauvignon Blanc and vacuuming around handbags before rushing back home to run around after her children's hopeless father on an estate where survival depends on your ability to look the other way.
But an unusual inheritance catapults her into a different world where it seems no child can survive without organic apricots and Kumon maths classes and no woman can contemplate a week without pilates and pedicures.
As she dashes from coffee mornings to her mops and buckets, she is drawn to the one man who can help her
family fit in.
But is his interest in her purely professional or will her modern My Fair Lady experiment end in disaster?