Anne Williams

Anne Williams worked for over fifteen years as a commissioning editor, first at Michael Joseph, then for thirteen years at Headline during which time she was Co-Publisher of the Review imprint and Publisher of the main Headline imprint. Anne commissioned and edited a number of Headline’s major commercial fiction authors, including the Sunday Times #1 bestsellers Sheila O’Flanagan and Lyn Andrews, and prize-winning crime writers Barbara Nadel, Manda Scott and Caroline Graham (on whose books the tv series Midsomer Murders was based).    She joined the Kate Hordern Literary Agency in 2009 and is based in Central London.

What Anne is looking for: I am keen to find well-written, engrossing fiction for which I feel I can find a market. I want a plot that will keep me engaged, characters I care about and a world that is intriguing or attractive enough for me to want to spend time in. Specifically, I am particularly interested in women’s fiction, be it contemporary or set further into the past, and as well as crime and thrillers. Though my background is largely in fiction publishing, I am also on the look out for ‘new nature writing’, a personal enthusiasm.

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Anne Williams is a member of the Crime Writers’ AssociationThe Crime Writers Associationand the Romantic Novelists’ Association  The Romantic Novelists' Association

Check out Anne’s manuscript wishlist at Novelicious

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