FAQ

Can I get review copies of your books?

Not right now. HarperCollins only sends out review copies for books that haven’t been released yet.

Can I interview for my school project/report?

No. Sorry.

Can you send me stuff?

No. Sorry.

Can you autograph something for me?

If you send it to me with a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope), yes! Mail it to this address:

Rosamund Hodge
c/o Liza Dawson Associates
350 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2003
New York, NY 10001
United States

Will Gilded Ashes ever come out in print?

It’s not impossible, but it’s not happening anytime soon. Novellas aren’t usually published by themselves, so I’d have to write a bunch of other novellas or short stories that the publisher wanted to put out in a printed volume, and right now there aren’t any plans for that.

Will there be a sequel to Cruel Beauty?

I don’t think so. I’ve said everything I wanted to about those characters and that world.

But what happened after the end of Cruel Beauty? I MUST KNOW.

First of all, a disclaimer: I think that authors can’t demand readers to believe things they didn’t put into the book. So if you prefer to make up what happened after the end of Cruel Beauty, absolutely go ahead and believe in Nyx’s future career as Warlord of Mars, or whatever. But if you want to know what I think:

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Nyx dragged Lux back to her house and basically said, “I found him in the woods, I think the gods sent him to me, can I keep him?” while Lux pretended to have amnesia. Cue the most awkward family dinner ever. Nyx bullied her father into letting them get married ASAP, and then they went off the University together. They had a fairly quiet and extremely happy life together. Astraia married her boyfriend and probably became an international spy or something else devious and exciting.

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Is Crimson Bound set in the same world as Cruel Beauty?

No. I realize this is a bit confusing, due to similar covers and some early Goodreads shenanigans, but they are set in completely separate worlds. They were designed to look similar because they are both similar styles of fairy tale retelling.