What Ever Happened to: Alison Gaylin

A reader wants to know what happened to an author she enjoyed – and my google-fu yielded little.

Book Cover When I saw your feature on ‘Whatever happened to:” I just had to write in
and ask Whatever Happened to: Alison Gaylin

She wrote four terrific romantic suspense novels between 2005 and 2008.
Hide Yours Eyes and its sequel You Kill Me are my favourites, but the others
are good, too. I have found references to a new book by her supposedly being
released soon, but they are old references. Her website hasn’t been updated
since her third book, ‘Trashed’.

Can you HaBO?

Anyone know what’s up? And authors, let this be a reminder in case you needed one: what you do touches people for a long, long time. That’s some powerful, awesome stuff!


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  1. 1
    Suzy says:

    I found this website:


    her stuff looks good… going to have to check them out!

  2. 2
    LG says:

    I found this blog she took part in, which ended back in April 2010. I haven’t looked through the entries, but maybe there’s book news there. Unfortunately, I found it kind of hard to tell who was writing which entry:

    She also appears to have a Facebook page with oodles of Friends, so I suppose you could try friending her or messaging her.

    I, too, can’t find any news about books newer than 2008.

  3. 3
    Suzy says:

    And she tweeting this morning, too.

    Her twitter page talks about a book coming out next year.

  4. 4
    Marta says:

    It also looks like she may have changed publishers from Penguin Group to HarperCollins, which could cause a delay between books.

    Also, she is or was a journalist. Many journalists who still have jobs or freelance clients these days have had to work harder and longer these past few years and all of that may not leave her much time to balance family, friends, and fiction.

  5. 5

    Thanks for asking about me—and I’m so glad you like the books! Yes, there’s been a bit of a delay for my next book, as I switched publishers to HarperCollins.  I love my new publisher and am very excited about the book, though – it’s called AND SHE WAS, and it’s the first in a brand new series featuring Brenna Spector, a PI with hyperthymestic syndrome (perfect autobiographical memory – something I would NEVER want to have.) I’m also in the process of updating my website—I promise! In the meantime, please friend me on facebook or follow me on twitter. And again, thanks for your interest. I love this website!

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