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Georgia Summers

Editor

Before joining The Novelry, Georgia Summers was an Editor at Tor, an imprint of Macmillan, home to authors including Cassandra Clare, Olivie Blake, Adrian Tchaikovsky, TJ Klune, Arkady Martine and Travis Baldree.

Georgia Summers. Previously Editor at Macmillan and The Novelry Team Member.

An Exciting Editor

Previously Editor at Macmillan

Before joining The Novelry, Georgia Summers was an Editor at Tor, an imprint of Macmillan, home to authors including Cassandra Clare, Olivie Blake, Adrian Tchaikovsky, TJ Klune, Arkady Martine and Travis Baldree.

At Tor, Georgia worked closely on a range of science fiction and fantasy books, from bestselling brand authors such as Cassandra Clare, Olivie Blake and TJ Klune, to debut authors such as Shelley Parker-Chan and Freya Marske. She was the commissioning editor for international bestseller Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree, as well as upcoming Daughter of Calamity by Rosalie M. Lin. Additionally, she oversaw reissues of the classic romantasy series Kushiel’s Legacy by Jacqueline Carey, which starts with Kushiel’s Dart.

Editor by day, fantasy author by night!

Georgia’s debut novel, The City of Stardust, was pre-empted in a significant, six-figure deal for two books to Hodderscape in the UK with US rights sold to Orbit. The City of Stardust (Hodderscape) bagged the number one spot in its launch week for hardback fiction.

Having experienced both sides of publishing as editor and author, Georgia understands the joys and challenges of the editorial process. During her time at Tor, she read hundreds of manuscripts, and knows what makes a compelling story, as well as how to hone those elements. She loves working with authors to help bring their vision to life and make it the very best it can be.

Georgia is half-British, half-Trinidadian, and spent most of her life living across the world, including Russia, Colombia, and the US. She has previously been a bookseller and rare books student librarian, so you could say she’s seen the entire lifecycle of a book.

Praise for The City of Stardust:

‘A story as darkly wondrous as midnight . . . Enthralling to the last page’
– Shelley Parker-Chan, Sunday Times bestselling author of She Who Became the Sun

‘A dark, gorgeous tale of curses, gods and monsters, with the love and loyalty of family at its heart’
– Sangu Mandanna, bestselling author of The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches

‘A spellbinding and mesmerising tale... The City of Stardust is like reading V. E. Schwab for the first time – and it's a story that will stay with me for years to come’
– Bea Fitzgerald, author of Girl, Goddess, Queen

An edit is always a conversation, and as an editor, it’s one of my greatest pleasures to participate in that conversation with a writer, and help develop their vision so that it can be its sparkling best.

Georgia Summers
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The City of Stardust

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Georgia Summers

The City of Stardust

The City of Stardust

For centuries, the Everlys have seen their best and brightest disappear, taken as punishment for a crime no one remembers, for a purpose no one understands. Their tormentor, a woman named Penelope, never ages, never grows sick – and never forgives a debt.Violet Everly was a child when her mother left on a stormy night, determined to break the curse. When Marianne never returns, Penelope issues an ultimatum: Violet has ten years to find her mother, or she will take her place. Violet is the last of the Everly line, the last to suffer. Unless she can break the curse first. Her hunt leads her into a seductive magical underworld of power-hungry scholars, fickle gods and monsters bent on revenge. And into the path of Penelope's quiet assistant, Aleksander, who she knows cannot be trusted – and yet to whom she finds herself undeniably drawn.With her time running out, Violet will travel the edges of the world to find Marianne and the key to the city of stardust, where the Everly story began.

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