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New book deal for @ChristieJBarlow Her Inca Trail trek @Zuriproject and watch Tilly Barlow on @cbbc! @RNAtweets #Tuesnews

Hello!

Happy New Year! I hope 2018 started well for you!

On New Year’s Eve, I shared my truly wonderful news on social media,*Cartwheels around my writing room* The Kate Nash Literary Agency announced that I’d signed a further two-book deal with HarperImpulse (Harper Collins) which will take me up to nine books being published. How exciting! It was a fantastic way to end 2017 and begin 2018.

Talking of books, I’ve been finishing book 7 which will be released in Spring and soon I’ll be able to share the cover and title  … watch this space! But for now I’m currently locked away in my cave writing book 8 … it’s all go!

Warm wishes,

Christie x

In other news …
My number one bestseller The Cosy Canal Boat Dream is currently 99p on Kindle and can be downloaded here
I’ll be appearing at Tamworth Literary Festival on Wednesday 7th March 2018 and taking part in the Romance and Women’s Fiction Author Panel alongside Phillipa Ashley, Erin Green, Dawn Bolton and Rachel Crowther. The event is chaired by Sue Miller, Editor of Mama Life Magazine. Please come and meet us and ask us some questions!
Tickets and information about the event is available here 

I’m super excited to be ‘Trekking the Inca Trail’ for The Zuri Project!

A press release from The Zuri Project Uganda – On October 12th, 2018, Zuri Project ambassador Christie Barlow and friends Jenny Berry, Lisa Hall, Natalie Emerick and Charlotte Seddon will be trekking the incredibly challenging Inca trail reaching heights of over 4500m to reach Machu Picchu in Peru to support The Zuri Project. The Zuri Project is a UK registered charity with the aim to engage and empower local people to develop their own community in the areas they feel are most needed, which at this present moment will be a new secondary school in Kihembe. Good luck guys!!

Find out more about this charity or campaign.

What a challenge this will be! Please feel free to cheer us on and donate here 

At the beginning of December, I accompanied my ten-year-old daughter Tilly Barlow to Glasgow. Tilly landed the role of team captain in series five of BBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework hosted by Iain Stirling. Two teams faced a mischievous mix of tongue-in-cheek comedy, off-the-wall questions and slapstick challenges in this school-based panel show.Watch Tilly on CBBC on Friday 26th January at 5.30pm
And finally, I’m talking crime and psychological thrillers in this issue of Mama Life Magazine OUT NOW!
www.mamalifemagazine.co.uk 
A quick selfie from my writing room … as usual i’m wearing my writing hat!

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