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Romantasy
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Bea Fitzgerald

Writing Coach

Bea Fitzgerald is a Sunday Times bestselling, award-winning author. Her debut novel, Girl, Goddess, Queen, was published to rave reviews including five-star write-ups in the Telegraph, Glamour and Culturefly. It went on to become the bestselling YA hardback debut of 2023. Girl, Goddess, Queen won Romance Novel of the Year 2024 at the RNAs and has been shortlisted for numerous other awards including the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, the Young Adult Book Prize, and the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards.

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Bea Fitzgerald is a Sunday Times bestselling, award-winning author. Her debut novel, Girl, Goddess, Queen was published to rave reviews and, this year, she’s publishing her second Young Adult book, The End Crowns All, which is a sapphic reimagining of the Trojan War. Bea is also publishing her first book for adults, Then Things Went Dark, a satirical thriller about a murder on a reality TV show.

Bea’s writing is varied but often revolves around themes of identity, coming of age, and drawing feminist throughlines from antiquity to modernity. She is passionate about writing for teenagers and the Young Adult and romantasy genres—especially exploring the way the high stakes of fantasy can facilitate the swooniest of romances.

When she’s not writing, she’s entertaining her followers on TikTok and Instagram with her mythology-themed comedy account @chaosonolympus.

Bea spent many years in publishing working with incredible authors, and has experience working within marketing, editorial, and as a literary agent. If you’re writing heartfelt Young Adult fiction or explosive romantasy, then Bea will bring her experience on all sides of publishing to expertly coach your writing.

‘Romanticize everything! You are a writer, a crafter of worlds—that is a beautiful, profound and magical thing. Whether it’s tapping out a novel in a cafe, creating your own writing rituals or telling the world you’re a writer—have as much fun with it as you possibly can!’

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Romance Novel of the Year 2024 at the RNAs
Girl, Goddess, Queen
The End Crowns All
Then Things Went Dark

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Bea Fitzgerald

Girl, Goddess, Queen

Girl, Goddess, Queen

To hell with love, this goddess has other plans... Thousands of years ago, the gods told a lie: how Persephone was a pawn in the politics of other gods. How Hades kidnapped Persephone to be his bride. How her mother, Demeter, was so distraught she caused the Earth to start dying. The real story is much more interesting.

Persephone wasn’t taken to hell: she jumped. There was no way she was going to be married off to some smug god more in love with himself than her.

Now all she has to do is convince the Underworld’s annoyingly sexy, arrogant and frankly rude ruler, Hades, to fall in line with her plan. A plan that will shake Mount Olympus to its very core. But consequences can be deadly, especially when you’re already in hell...

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The End Crowns All

The End Crowns All

The second fierce, fresh and gloriously romantic YA Greek myth re-imagining from Bea Fitzgerald, growing TikTok superstar and Sunday Times bestselling author of Girl, Goddess, Queen.

Love caused this war. At least, that’s what the stories will say.

When Cassandra’s patron god, Apollo, offers her the gift of prophecy—and all the power that comes with it—she seizes the opportunity. But when she fails to uphold her end of the agreement, she discovers just how very far she has to fall. No-one believes her visions. Which all seem to be of one girl—and she’s going to start a war.

Helen fled Sparta in pursuit of love—though that’s proving more elusive than she’d hoped. Far from home, Helen’s navigating all the politics and backstabbing of the Trojan court.

And one princess seems particularly intent on driving her from the city...

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Then Things Went Dark

Then Things Went Dark

For fans of Rachel Hawkins with a salacious reality show edge, Then Things Went Dark follows a cast of hot-headed contestants competing to prove themselves to an audience of millions... But with eyes following you everywhere, how can you hide your motive to kill?

The first episode is waiting... Are you ready to watch? No murder has ever had more witnesses...

Six people land on a desert island ready to make their reality show debut. The contestants are suitably glamorous and dramatic—and they’re also hungry to prove themselves. The stakes are high and with millions of viewers watching, losing is not an option. But three weeks and eighteen episodes later, five of the six contestants sit in a Portuguese police station, and none of them are winners.

Because twelve million people were watching when Rhys Sutton died on camera, and someone must pay for the crime.

The best friend, the rival, the girlfriend, the lover, and the sworn enemy are left standing. And of course, no-one is talking. But how do you keep secrets when the world has been watching? Especially when, just a day before his murder, Rhys was the most hated man on television.

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