Title Reveal!

Allow me to introduce you to my next book. It’s a middle-grade fantasy adventure novel with a touch of regency era history.

So, without further ado…

The Balter of Ashton Harper

There’s no official release date yet, but I would estimate it coming out sometime fairly early in 2022.

In addition to the title, I’ve also released my Pinterest boards for the book and character aesthetics. Check them out here!

What to know more? Drop your questions in the comments below! I’ll be posting a Q and A video about the upcoming title on my YouTube channel soon!

7 thoughts on “Title Reveal!

  1. Adrika says:

    Millie, I loved the title of your new book. Regency era is my favourite time. (I love Austen) I have never read a book which is a mixture of fantasy, adventure and historical. So definitely I am longing to get hold a copy of your book. I am impatient!!! You have always been an inspiration to me. I’m glad to have found you. Millie, you will forever reign on my inspiration list. LOVE YOU

    Btw, I am unable to see your characters Pinterest board.

    I have few questions, I will be glad if you answer them:
    1. What was the inspiration behind your new book?
    2. What were your struggle while writing the novel(like character formation, plot, etc)
    3. General Question: How you urge yourself to write daily?

  2. Adrika says:

    Millie, I loved the title of your new book. Regency era is my favourite time. (I love Austen) I have never read a book which is a mixture of fantasy, adventure and historical. So definitely I am longing to get hold a copy of your book. I am impatient!!! You have always been an inspiration to me. I’m glad to have found you. Millie, you will forever reign on my inspiration list. LOVE YOU

    Btw, I am unable to see your characters Pinterest board.

    I will glad if you answer these questions:
    1. What was your inspiration behind this new book?
    2. What was the most struggling part while writing this novel?
    3. How do you urge yourself to write daily and follow your writing regime?

  3. Shreya Ganguly says:

    Millie, I am in love with the title of your book. I love historical fiction in an adventure book and we certainly need to see more of that in middle-grade fiction. I am actually writing in a similar genre and I was struggling at first, but the characters have kept me going.

    My questions for you:

    1. When was the idea for The Balter of Ashton Harper conceived and how did you develop it into a story? Discuss your journey of producing this novel.

    2. Is this book the third book you finished? How have your writing skills improved over the course of your writing journey?

    3. I love how well-developed your characters are. Do you ever struggle to mold them together into a strong plot?

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