Press

Prior to publication and before most reviews, Our Endless Numbered Days has received a fair number of mentions in publications across the world:

The Observer (print) and The Guardian (online): The New Faces of Fiction 2015. Interviews with eight authors with debuts coming out this year, including Claire.

The Masters Review: Fifteen Books We’re Looking Forward to this Year. This publication celebrating new and emerging writers, lists Our Endless Numbered Days amongst Miranda July’s and Neil Gaiman’s new novels.

Isabel Costello’s Literary Sofa: Fiction Hot Picks 2015. This is a wonderful blog about reading and writing. She selected 13 novels due to be released shortly, and read many more.

Naomi Frisby’s Writes of Women: Ones to Read in 2015. A blog dedicated to writing by and about women writers; another blog well worth following. Naomi chose 16 books that have gone straight on my ‘to be read’ pile.

Huffington Post: Best Debut Fiction Coming in 2015. Hannah Beckerman selected 20 debuts coming in the first half of 2015.

The Guardian: The Most Eagerly Awaited Fiction 2015. A brief mention for Our Endless Numbered Days in a UK national paper.

The Readers: Books to Look Forward to in Spring and Summer 2015. If you prefer to listen to book recommendations this book-based banter podcast is great. Simon and Gavin list thirteen books each that they’re looking forward to in 2015.

The Globe and Mail (A Canadian newspaper): The 50 Most Anticipated Books of 2015(the first half anyway).

The Chicago Tribune: 2015 Book Preview – the Future in Reading. Our Endless Numbered Days is listed with three others under the section, ‘Future Tense: Stories of Mystery, Horror and Suspense’.

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