Julie Anderson’s first historical novel, Reconquista, was long listed for the Mslexia Children’s Book of the Year, 2016, an international competition for women writers.


Readers say

Lovely adventure with interesting history woven into the story, great material for world of games and cinema. Looking forward to the next in the series.’ Barbara Pidgeon, author

Reconquista is brilliant. It vividly brings the past to life.’

Excellent. This is a real page-turner.’

This teen/adult crossover book will have you gripped. I became immersed in the turbulent world of thirteenth century southern Spain.’

The sequel to Reconquista is The Silver Rings.

Readers say

‘Fab book! I wish I’d had this kind of book to read when I was young as it’s an intelligent adventure with real-life people in realistic situations (in this case, war). It never talks down to the reader or make life seem easier than it actually is.’

‘This is a meticulously researched novel which conveys an authentic sense of its era. More to the point, it’s a rattling good yarn with a pleasingly satisfying ending.’

The Village: A Year in Twelve Tales

A contemporary Book of Hours, these twelve, inter-linked tales chronicle life in a contemporary English village.

‘What a superb first publication, I look forward to many more titles.’  Editorial Review

I know I will read these stories all over again. Rare are the books that make me want to do that.’  Bookidote

‘The prose is clear and crisp, with many threads coming together for an exciting climax.’ Kindle best selling author, Stuart Wakefield.