Roberta Kagan, the author of a new Second World War historical fiction series, has signed a deal with Storm Publishing. The publisher has acquired the world all-language rights in e-book, paperback, and audio, including film and TV, for two new linked novels from Kagan. The first novel is set to be published in October 2024, with the second one set for release in February 2025.
Roberta Kagan expressed her excitement about the collaboration with Storm Publishing, stating that she is “thrilled and honoured” to be working with them. She sees it as a shared journey of passion and dedication to bringing history to life through storytelling. Kagan is looking forward to crafting stories that will resonate with readers around the world.
Claire Bord, the deputy managing director of Storm Publishing, also expressed her excitement about working with Kagan. She praised the author for writing about ordinary people caught up in the horrors of war and pouring heart and care into every story. Bord was particularly impressed by Kagan’s meticulous historical research. She is confident that readers worldwide will devour Kagan’s new linked books and is delighted to be launching The Blood Sisters trilogy in audio to reach a new audience.
The Blood Sisters trilogy will be released in audio format starting from April 2024, with each title released on a monthly basis – The Pact followed by My Sister’s Betrayal and When Forever Ends. Claire Bord believes that this format will appeal to new audiences who might not have read Kagan’s previous works but are fans of historical fiction or audiobooks.
Overall, this collaboration between Storm Publishing and Roberta Kagan promises to bring compelling historical fiction stories to readers across different mediums while highlighting the importance of passion and dedication in storytelling.