Amanda Sington-Williams
Amanda Sington-Williams
Fiction Writer
 
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Publications

     

Novels

Amanda's latest novel is Just Two Weeks - a psychological suspenseset in Sri Lanka and the Lake District, UK. This novel won the first IPR Agent's Pick in 2014.

 

 


Her first novel, 'The Eloquence of Desire' won an award from the Royal Literary Fund and was published in June 2010 by Sparkling Books

Turkish Rights of The Eloquence of Desire have been sold to Yediveren Yayinlari


For more information about this book please click here

Available in hardback and paperbackfrom the publisher

Also available in paperbackfrom The Book Depository and all other good bookshops.

And as a downloadable e-book from Amazon and Waterstones

 


Short Stories

Amanda's short story Unseasonable Weather is published by the online magazine Dead Ink and Epiphany

Ether Bookshas published nine of Amanda's short stories:

The Zoo Keeper
Windows that Sparkle
Escape
Three Cleaners
Madge's Fancy Thights
Growing Pains
The Eager Revolutionary
White Musk
Bananas - My Favourite Food

These are downloadable via the Ether Books application.

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Her short story 'Growing Pains' is published in 'Spooked' an anthology of ghost stories published by Bridge House Publishing.


Magazines

Her short story 'Two Orchids' is published in the online magazine Sentinel Literary Quarterly

Her short story 'At Number Twenty Two' is published in the online magazine www.writingraw.com

 

 

 

Just Two Weeks

Amanda's latest novel - Just Two Weeks - a psychological suspense

 


Amanda'sfirst novel - "The Eloquence of Desire"

 

Also published in Turkey as ' Betrayal of Love' by the Publishers; Yediveren Yayinlari


 
 

 

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