Number 1 bestselling author Fiona Valpy has hit an incredible two million copies sold!
Fiona’s books have been translated into more than twenty different languages worldwide and all of her novels have enjoyed phenomenal success. Her first novel in the genre, Sea of Memories, sold over quarter of a million copies and has sold into 15 territories overall, and her second novel, The Beekeeper’s Promise hit an outstanding No. 1 in the Australian Kindle Charts and has also sold in excess of 250,000 copies, as well as being shortlisted for the RNA Goldsboro Books Historical Romantic Novel Awards.
The Dressmaker’s Gift has surpassed the likes of Charlie Mackesy’s The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse, and Marian Keyes’ Grown Ups and since its publication in October 2019 has accrued international acclaim. The novel surpassed an incredible 50,000 copies sold in its first month, became a Wall Street Journal and Washington Post bestseller, and was featured on the Amazon “Most Sold” list in the US for two consecutive weeks ahead of publication.
Fiona continues to go from strength to strength as her evocative new novel The Storyteller of Casablanca was released this autumn and has been receiving gorgeous reviews, you can order your copy here.
“A novel that will whisk you to another time and place, The Storyteller of Casablanca is a tender tale of hope, resilience, and new beginnings.” ― Imogen Clark, bestselling author of Postcards From a Stranger
“Fiona Valpy has an exquisite talent for creating characters so rounded and delightful that they almost feel like family, and this makes what happens to them feel very personal.” ― Louise Douglas, bestselling author of The House by the Sea
Fiona spent seven years living in France, having moved there from the UK in 2007, before returning to live in Scotland. Her love for both of these countries, their people and their histories, has found its way into the books she’s written. She draws inspiration from the stories of strong women, especially during the years of World War II. Her meticulous historical research enriches her writing with an evocative sense of time and place.