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Please contact my agent Max Edwards at Aevitas Creative Management if you have a query about foreign translation or other rights in my work, or to discuss potential projects.  Email him at  medwards[at]aevitascreative[dot]com

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To email me, use juliet dot mckenna at gmail dot com . Subject to diary and other commitments, I’m happy to discuss doing interviews, podcasts, lectures and so on.

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  1. Hello and a big thank you for your wonderful books. I am a 62 year old wifie /tapestry weaver living on Great Bernera,on the edge of the isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides. I just want to thank you for consistantly providing a totally believable world, with realistic characters and unexpectable plots for us to dive into.
    Having only found you in the last few years, I have and love every book and some of my friends are now hooked too!
    Good luck and many thanks, Sallie.
    PS Just getting near the end of “Dangerous Waters”

    1. Hi Sallie, thanks for taking the time to drop me a line – and I’m so pleased you’re enjoying the books. That’s why I write them after all 🙂

      You live in the Outer Hebrides? Somewhere I’ve long wanted to visit – the only complication being my ability to get seasick on a wet pavement. There’s not much in my books that’s autobiographical but Livak’s dislike of boats definitely is! One day, maybe…

      Incidentally, your tapestries are stunning! I’m a proficient knitter/embroiderer as long as I have a pattern but to be able to create art like yours? I’m awestruck.

      all best wishes, Juliet

  2. Dear Juliet,
    I’m mortified!
    Here we are 2 years down the line and i never imagined that you would be kind enough to drop me a line. So i never looked back, just kept reading all your books up.
    I love them!
    the only trouble being; that it takes a lot less time to read your books than it must do to write them. so I’ve run out.
    I want to thank you so much for your wonderful imaginations and the gripping stories

  3. Hi Juliet,

    I’m currently really enjoying the Aldabreshin books, however, I can’t seem to be able to buy an electric version of Eastern Tide on GooglePlay or Amazon?

    Thank you kindly

  4. Hello Juliet,

    I am gratefull for your books, and I would like to ask you, If there is somewhere the rules or precisely the game “White Raven”, which is many times mentioned in your books. It seems to be quite similar to game “Marshal and Spy” but I couldn’t find the rules for your game.
    Any advice? 🙂

    1. thanks for getting in touch, and I’m delighted that you enjoy the books. You’re not the first to ask about the White Raven game, and I’m always sorry to disappoint readers when I explain that there are no rules or other details available. I see it as a strategy game like ‘Fox and Geese’ or ‘The Viking Game’ with unequal sides and different victory conditions for each player, but that’s as far as I’ve got in inventing it. Game design is a skilled business and I am no such expert.

  5. Hi Juliet,
    Thank you for such an informtive talk on writting detail at this years BristolCon.
    You mentioned that the sample pages discussed were available for attendees, I would much appreciate the chance to read through these again please as the concept of including characters and emotion into a story is completely alien to me!
    I am the same age as yourself, but had never attempted to write anything until Rosie Oliver asked everyone in her discussion group at a previous BristolCon to contribute to a short story anthology.
    My meager attempt was accepted and printed in ‘Sferics2017’ but reads like a first draft, which isn’t far wrong. It is written like a first person diary entry with no characters, no interaction or conversation, and no feelings. This on reflection is a bit worrying if it is indicative of my world view as the omissions were not intentional but flowed naturally as my way of putting thoughts onto paper. Despite this several people have commented that they liked it so it can’t be that bad.
    Sorry for the ramblings, my intention wasn’t to talk about myself but to illustrate the gulf I have to cross to get to what most would deem as ‘normal’ and how helpful and useful your talk was. The analysis of minute changes in the text didn’t just show how they affected the writting but how, in reality as well as on the page, people, characters and personality are expressed and perceived through the slightest detail.
    Thank you again for such an insightful talk,

    1. Hi Mike, sincere apologies for the time taken to reply to this! Thanks for getting in touch, and I’ll go and email that material from my talk right now!

  6. Hi,
    Do you offer advertising space/article placement on
    If so, how much would it cost for an article placement with a link to a games website in the article?

    Steve Marks

  7. Hello! I am Molly Marie and I am twenty one years old 🙂 I recently found your book (thief’s gamble) while I was in the USA, i live in the U.K. I absolutely loved it and have since brought all the books to read! I am also a cosplayer, so I create costumes 🙂 and I actually created Livak’s look 🙂 I am currently working on a blue medieval style dress for her as well. I just wanted to say thank you as the books are brilliant and really inspired me 🙂 I will be buying all your other books in future to add to my collection 🙂

  8. I loved The Green Man’s Heir. Thanks for writing it! Can’t wait to devour the next book. I’m thrilled to read you might be working on a third. Have you found any good resources on the “green man” myth? I haven’t found much but books on the architectural motif.

    Thanks again for a great read.

    1. So glad you enjoyed the book, and have fun with the next one(s). Thanks for letting me know – that’s always such encouragement to keep writing!

    2. Like Sally, I am an older reader (70) – in Hull, East Yorks and have come late to your books (in particular the Green Man series) which I regret. Still I now have lots to catch up on. I’m just starting on the 4th book – Green man’s Challenge and – wow – its hit me with a ton of delicious bricks. I spent the pandemic alone, not an easy experience, as Dan explains. But I had a bit of mystical help from… the Green Man. I have always loved the idea of him, and that first summer he visited my garden. I believe he helped keep me sane if not safe (I don’t know but I have never had the virus, every test I did came up negative), But he kept me emotionally okay. I have a photo taken in my garden that clearly shows a GM face, though the area of my garden doesn’t fit the picture to explain it away as leaf growth patterns. I found some aura sprays made to connect with him, some scented candles to be inspired by him, I found a lovely pendant which I wear often still, painted my youngish version of him (watercolour) depicting his vulnerability in this changing world, I wrote poetry about him and he entered the young adult fantasy books I write. Yes, it sounds mad (I empathise with Dan) but I’ve shown my photo to others who cannot explain it either. And now I have a brilliant series of books to extend my ‘love’ of this mythical being: believable books with real characters. Thank you. I look forwards to trying out your other series once I’ve finished the GMs Gift.

    3. Lots of books on Amazon about the GM – I have bought several as I am equally interested and fascinated by him. Some better than others but that’s subjective. Have fun discovering more about him.

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