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Ian Fleming Publications request feedback from readers of their books

By: Anders Frejdh
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In a PM from Miss Moneypenny's desk in London, Ian Fleming Publications request feedback on what books and products you’re interested in seeing from them in the future. Classification: Gold level (For Your Eyes Only)

The message reads as follows...

“To our agents in the field,

Please down pens, down guns, cigarettes and cocktails (not that you should be drinking at this hour). Word has just come through about a new assignment that the top brass would like your eyes on.

Ian Fleming Publications want to know about what books and products you’re interested in seeing from them in the future and are asking agents to complete a short survey around this.

It should take about 10 minutes – a lifetime in the spy world, we know. Personally, there are a few reissues I want them to publish, a Second World War project or two and I wouldn’t mind a new IFPL pen case to keep a fountain pen, nail file or flick knife in. But that’s just me.

Please note that this assignment has a strict time limit – it must be completed by midnight (BST) on Sunday 14th July. Agents who finish the mission on time will also have the option to be entered into a prize draw to win one of two prize bundles – just make sure to include your name and email address at the end of the survey if you’d like to be in the running. The prize draw is open internationally, so agents posted overseas please do participate too.  

Take the survey here.

In other news, next week will see the announcement of the winner of the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award for the best espionage, psychological, or adventure thriller novel of the year. In the run-up, the team at IFPL have been learning more about the shortlisted authors. Check out the interviews to find out more about the titles in the running, as well as their author’s writing processes and tips for aspiring authors.

Whilst we’re talking about awards, it was announced today that Kim Sherwood’s blistering A Spy Like Me (2024) has been nominated for Bloody Scotland’s McIlvanney Prize. This is a phenomenal achievement and has only spurred Agent Sherwood on as thoughts turn to plotting book three in her game-changing new series.


Miss Moneypenny”



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