Ocelot Press **Twelfth Night Sale** Now On

And we’re off! The Ocelot Press **Twelfth Night Sale** starts today (6th January) and runs for a few days only.

Around half of our titles are reduced to 99p / 99c on Kindle in most Amazon stores. That’s a whopping 66% off many titles.

So don’t delay – fill those new (or old) e-readers with books for your reading year.

We’ve got titles in a wide variety of genres, so there’s something to suit every taste.

To find our books, simply type Ocelot Press into the Amazon search bar or follow this link to our page in your Amazon store.

Steeped in France: Guest Post by Miriam Drori

I’m delighted to welcome fellow Ocelot author Miriam Drori to my blog today. She explains how her forthcoming novel, Style and the Solitary, has links to France.

Life on La Lune

I’m very pleased to welcome my author friend Miriam Drori to the blog today. I have known Miriam for about eight years, but I only had the pleasure of meeting her in person a few years ago in Carcassonne, when our former publisher invited us to an author get-together.

The artistic installation in Carcassonne (2018), by kind permission of my friend Sue Barnard.

Miriam is about to publish Style and the Solitary, the first in a series of crime mysteries set in Jerusalem. So what does that have to do with France? Well, one of the main characters is an immigrant from France and therefore something of an outsider. And the story of Beauty and the Beast, which was published by a French author in 1740, has a significant bearing on Miriam’s story. Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve was a penniless widow in a man’s world and thus also…

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New Titles from Ocelot Press this Autumn – and More to Come

We’re delighted to announce the publication of three new titles this autumn, with more to come later on.

Sue Barnard’s Nice Girls Don’t and Finding Nina were launched last week. These two stories about family secrets are linked but can be read as standalones. They are available in Kindle and paperback editions from Amazon.

Find out more about these titles by clicking the buttons.

Jennifer C. Wilson’s A New Page is a collection of historical short stories and poems featuring characters from kings to witches. A New Page will be released on 5th November 2022. You can pre-order the Kindle edition, and it will be downloaded automatically to your e-reader on the launch date.

We are also looking forward to releasing the first of Miriam Drori’s series of murder mysteries, Style and the Solitary, this autumn. Stay tuned for more news about that.

Ocelot Authors Nancy Jardine and Cathie Dunn Take Gold and Bronze in Prestigious Awards

There’s a lot going on at Ocelot Press right now. We’re thrilled to announce that two Ocelot Press authors, Nancy Jardine and Cathie Dunn, have done extremely well in the Coffee Pot Book Club Book of the Year Awards 2022. Congratulations to both!

Nancy’s Before Beltane, a prequel to her atmospheric Celtic Fervour series, took the gold medal in the Ancient World Historical Fiction category.

Cathie Dunn’s The Shadows of Versailles, set amidst the intrigue of Louis XIV’s glittering court, took the bronze medal in two categories: European Historical Fiction and Early Modern Historical Fiction.

Both books are cracking reads. You can read more about them and buy copies on the links below:

We’re incredibly proud of Nancy and Cathie.

Look out for more news about two new titles coming soon.

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Welcome to New Ocelot Miriam Drori!

We’re excited to announce that author and editor Miriam Drori has joined Ocelot Press.

Miriam’s novels and short stories cover several genres, including crime, romance and uplit. She has also published a non-fiction book about social anxiety.

Starting this autumn, Ocelot Press will publish her series of cosy crime mysteries set in Jerusalem, where Miriam lives.

You can find out more about Miriam on her author page, which gives all of her social media links.

Welcome to Ocelot Press, Miriam!

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