Livonia, MI, November 18, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- BHC Press announced today they have signed a multi-genre ten-book publishing contract with bestselling YA and nonfiction author Shelley Wilson. Oath Keeper, the follow-up to the bestselling YA horror novel Oath Breaker, will be released under their H20 imprint in 2018.
“Writing for two distinctive genres means I’m often pulled in opposite directions,” said Ms. Wilson. “BHC Press understand this and supports my work in both the fiction and nonfiction arenas. I am, therefore, delighted to sign with such a groundbreaking and remarkable publisher and am excited about the journey we will take together.”
BHC Press made the announcement saying, “Shelley Wilson is a fabulous, gifted writer equally at home in both the nonfiction and fiction realms. We’re thrilled to be working with her, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.”
BHC Press has also acquired the print and ebook rights to publish Ms. Wilson’s bestselling nonfiction book How I Changed My Life in a Year and How I Motivated Myself to Succeed. Audiobook rights were sold to W.F. Howes, UK’s largest audiobook publisher.
BHC Press retains World English rights for all future titles.
About Shelley Wilson:
Shelley Wilson divides her writing time between motivational nonfiction for adults and the fantasy worlds of her young adult fiction.
Her nonfiction books combine motivation and self-help with a healthy dose of humour, and her YA novels combine myth, legend and fairy tales with a side order of demonic chaos.
Shelley is an obsessive list maker who loves pizza, vampires, mythology, and history.
She also writes a motivational personal development blog which was the basis for her bestselling nonfiction book, How I Changed My Life in a Year. In June 2016 she won the Most Inspirational Blogger Award and scooped second place in the same category in 2017.
Shelley was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire but raised in Solihull, West Midlands, UK, where she lives with her three teenagers.
About BHC Press:
BHC Press is an alternative publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, trade, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more about Shelley Wilson and BHC Press, visit: www.bhcpress.com.