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Susan Spencer-Wendel, extraordinary woman and author of Until I Say Good-Bye, passed away yesterday morning after a long battle against ALS.

Here’s a message from her family, posted on Susan’s Facebook page:

‘Susan Spencer-Wendel passed away peacefully this morning at home. Her family is grateful for the love and support of her many friends and fans. Although she was not always

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Visit Susan’s page here: facebook.com/UntilISayGoodbye

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A note from Lisa, Two Roads Publisher

It was an absolute privilege to meet Susan and work with her on her amazing book. She was one of the most joyful and honest people I have ever met, with an enormous sense of fun and an utterly beautiful smile.

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people and events around her. She took everything that life had to offer and made every second count – right to the end I’m sure.

Our thoughts go out to her wonderful husband and family at this time.

Hey folks!

It’s Monday again and it’s our duty to help you kick-start the week in the best possible way. First piece of good news: you survived Valentine’s Day! Woo-hoo!

 

 

 

 

 

And now for some Two Roads-related news…

BOOK NEWS!

The Stockholm Octavo – OUT IN PAPERBACK!

Last week we published the paperback edition of Karen Engelmann’s brilliant novel. Our new Tumblr. blog is now live and filled with lots of interesting facts on the art of the Octavo.

Do visit and follow us on the @OctavoHandbook Twitter account. More pics, videos and extracts from the Octavo Handbook to come in the next few days: read carefully and who knows, you might even be able to create your own Octavo!

Doodlemum (out on February 28th)

Add a reminder to your iPhone calendar people: Doodlemum is coming to a newsstand near you! On March 2nd our favourite mum/artist/author will be the focus of the Day in the Life of feature in Guardian Family. The article feature Doodlemum’s pictures and an interview by Patrick Barkham.

Also: happy half term!

 

 

Until I Say Good-Bye (out on March 14th)

Finished copies are here and they look stunning. Take a look and keep up with Susan on her Facebook page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald (out April 11th)

More pre-publication love for Z this week! First there was this Shelf Awareness email including a readers’ guide and an interview with Therese. Plus USA Today run a online and print story on novels about the women behind famous men, featuring Z alongside such cherished books as The Paris Wife and our own Loving Frank  (credited with starting the famous men/forgotten women genre). Read it here and see a picture of the print edition on Therese’s Facebook page.

 

Eleven Days (out June 20th)

Proofs for Lea’s book are happening (get ready for a giveaway) and excitement is building.. We now have quotes from Kevin PowersBen Fountain and a new one from Alexandra Styron, author of the bestselling memoir Reading My Father:

Every soldier was, once, someone’s child. With this ineluctable truth at her story’s core, Lea Carpenter has crafted a beautiful, and original, work of art. Eleven Days manages to be both a meditation on courage and a gripping read. Scholarly and stylish, displaying a capacious mind and even greater heart. A magnificent debut.

 

ONE MORE THING…

IT’S OUR BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK!

Stay tuned for a big giveaway coming very soon…

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our blog’s new weekly digest of all things Two Roads! Every Monday morning we bring you the latest updates on our books, authors, events and giveaways.

It’s our own little way of helping you begin each new week with a spring in your step and a positive attitude. Hey: if it doesn’t work there’s always coffee!

Here we go…

 

WEBSITE REFRESH

Our new home page is live! Go to www.tworoadsbooks.com to see a list of upcoming titles and see an updated take on our mantra: stories… voices… places… lives…

Stay tuned for even more changes…

 

FORTHCOMING BOOKS FROM TWO ROADS

Our publishing schedule for the next few months is filled with loads of great books and we want you to be constantly up-to-date with the latest news. So, in strict order of publication:

 

The Stockholm Octavo (out in paperback on February 14th)

The paperbacks have arrived in the Two Roads office and they look fantastic! TCPalm.com run an in-depth Q&A with Karen with some fascinating questions including Karen’s pick for main actor in a film adaptation of her book (we’ll give you a hint: he’s blond, charming and Canadian). Read more here.

 

Doodlemum (out on February 28th)

We are gearing up for the pub date of Doodlemum’s first book. Do check her blog and her Facebook page to see why we are so excited about this celebration of family life in drawings. Here’s an example that pretty much sums up how we all feel during those long, bleak, winter evenings (the message is simple: hug someone!)

 

Until I Say Good-Bye (out on March 14th)

We have just added this beautiful (and definitely emotional) video of Susan and her husband talking about her book on her page: it really captures the essence of Until I Say Good-Bye, and the joy that transpires from every single page of the book. Susan updates her Facebook page herself: have a look and share the journey of this incredible woman. There’s also a great website with more info on the book, pictures and posts from Susan.

 

Island Wife (out March 28th)

Advance praise for the book keep pouring in so keep coming back to her page for more info. And if you’ve always wondered what life on a remote island might be like read Judy’s take on it here.

 

Z: a novel of Zelda Fitzgerald (out April 11th)

Many, many different events lined up in the coming months taking full advantage of the Gatsby-mania spurred by the release of the Baz Luhrmann film. Take a sneak peek at the film costumes designed by Miuccia Prada or book your tickets for the stage adaptation coming to Wilton’s Music Hall in London at the end of February.

Also, Sam Baker, editor of RED, tweeted about Z last week (excitement is building already!)

 

The Still Point of the Turning World (out April 11th)

The website page is live and includes wonderful quotes from the likes of Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild, and Gary Shteyngart, author of Super Sad True Love Story. Have a look!

 

TWO ROADS AUTHORS NEWS

Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen keeps making the headlines. She was part of a recent New York Times profile on self-help authors and she is now in her 98th straight week on the NYT bestseller list.

 

TWO ROADS BIRTHDAY!!

Two Roads is turning 2 this month! We are looking forward to celebrating this milestone with you, the readers who make all of this possible, and we will give you more details on a big (no, really: BIG) giveaway we are planning very soon. So keep coming back for more..

That’s all folks for this issue of the Two Roads Monday Blues Remedy.

Have a great week!

 

We are proud to announce a new acquisition for our spring list, UNTIL I SAY GOODBYE: My Year of Living With Joy by Susan Spencer-Wendel with Bret Witter.

Susan Spencer-Wendel, mango party, BREATHE DEEPLY

Susan and her husband John during a 'mango party' at their Florida home

Diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2011, journalist and mother of three, Susan Spencer-Wendel was determined to make every day count with her friends and family. And, as a writer, her response is to write about it, with the support of Bret Witter, of DEWEY fame.

Described as THE LAST LECTURE for women, UNTIL I SAY GOODBYE is both the story of Susan’s determination to make the most of these final days and a series of inspirational reflections. Her end-of-life bucket list has taken her, so far, to the Yukon to see the northern lights; Northern

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California to see her birth mother; Budapest, where she and her husband spent the first two years of their marriage; Cyprus, to connect with her birth father’s family; and New York with her 14-year-old daughter to visit a bridal shop . . . for a future moment she can never share.

Lisa met Susan when she was in London, recently, and listened to Susan’s husband, John, reading out a moving extract from the book. Because of the progression of her illness, Susan’s now writing it all on her iPhone. But her skills as a writer are unimpaired, and her spirit, feisty humour and love of life shine through on every page.

This is a very special project – moving and inspirational – and we’re thrilled to be Susan’s publisher, along with seventeen other publishers around the world. Like THE LAST LECTURE and TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE, UNTIL I SAY GOODBYE is sure to touch people and remind them what matters in life, however long or short the time we have.

‘I’m glad people are moved. I’m happy {to} have stumbled, accidently, on something that crystallizes what it means to be a family, to grow up, to dream, to die, but more importantly to live fully and joyfully.’ Susan Spencer-Wendel

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