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and they will come…jolly well hope so. Starting a list, getting the books and the PR and the site ready has been full on. Have learned much and apparently knew little so starting from a low base. Mostly things work on the site now, the newsletter sign-up widgetty thing now connects to a real person (Valerie), the email address is also live. Hurrah.

Thank you to all of those who helped with the enterprise…many people make light work and work enjoyable and I’m very grateful – so I’d like to thank Katie for patience and support, Valerie for joining just in time, Mathew for the site and all the hard work, Al (who designed the lovely logo), Sarah (possibly now in labour – not my fault) for all the equally lovely design gubbins, Mark who managed to get a photo of me with my eyes open, Catriona for the legals, Jamie for the greenlight, Damian for the focus, Martin & the La Casella Crew for the Umbrian Workshop, Arabella for the Brasserie Summit, Aram & Nancy for The Hillsdale Summit, Jenny for the genius suggestion of the imprint name, Kerry, Susie & Siobhan for friendship. Provence for rose. Oh and while I’m at it, my children for making me want to go to work each day.

But the biggest thank you has to go to all the authors and agents who have come to Two Roads. Thanks for the faith, the support, the enthusiasm and of course the books. We hope to do you proud.

So far so good then!

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