I’m very pleased to be taking part in the #bookstagram tour for Find Me Falling by Fiona Vigo Marshall today. It’s published by Fairlight Books and looks and sounds amazing. I rather like my Instagram photo so thought I’d share it here too.
What’s the book about?
She bought a house where you can hear the sea, murmuring on the edge of consciousness… Bonnie, a traumatised concert pianist, finds refuge at the edge of England, in a cliff-top house haunted by memories and broken dreams. When Dominic, a road sweeper who is visited by neurological hauntings of his own, gives Bonnie a ring he finds on the street, elemental forces are unleashed that neither is able to control.
Find Me Falling is available now as in paperback and as an ebook. You can buy a copy online here: Find Me Falling
About the author
Fiona Vigo Marshall is the author of novel Find Me Falling, published by Fairlight Books. After graduating from Somerville College, Oxford, Fiona started her career at a local newspaper. She then continued pursuing journalism in New Mexico, working for the daily English language newspaper for Mexico City, The News, part of the Novedades group of Spanish language newspapers, covering news and features. Fiona now lives in London, where she also works as a Senior Commissioning Editor for non-fiction books. Her short stories and poems have been nominated for numerous awards, including the V. S. Pritchett Memorial Prize, which she won in 2016 with her short story The Street of Baths. Her work has also appeared in Ambit, The Royal Society of Literature Review, The London Journal of Fiction, and many other publications. Find Me Falling is her debut novel.