Orion pre-empts 'fiercely romantic' Williams debut

Orion pre-empts 'fiercely romantic' Williams debut

Orion Fiction has pre-empted "fiercely romantic" debut What Time is Love? and one more novel by journalist Holly Williams in a six-figure deal. 

Editorial director Charlotte Mursell acquired UK and Commonwealth rights (excluding Canada) from Tristan Kendrick at Rogers, Coleridge and White. Pre-empts have also been made in France (Calmann-Levy) and Italy (Sperling & Kupfer), and auctions are underway in Germany and Russia, with further sales in the Netherlands (Ambo Anthos) and Croatia (Profil).

What Time is Love? is a love story told over several decades and will ask readers, 'What if you...

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