Little, Brown Book Group have announced an exciting series of brand new short stories to be released to complement the new series of the BAFTA-winning drama Broadchurch, starting in January.
The stories will be written by Erin Kelly in close collaboration with Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall, the creative team behind the novelisation of the first series of the drama. A unique and groundbreaking concept, the stories, costing 99p each, will be published exclusively as e-books and will be released at midnight GMT following the broadcast of each new episode. They will contain 100% original material which will be related to the on-screen events earlier that evening.
We will post information on how to pre-order the e-books as soon as we have it.
Little, Brown Books say
The stories will offer an unrivalled opportunity for Broadchurch fans to spend more time with the cast of fantastic characters, allowing them to delve deeper into the different characters’ lives, histories and secrets. The stories are designed to be watched with specific episodes of the show, expanding on the viewer’s enjoyment of the TV series in a completely innovative fashion.
Broadchurch returns to ITV in January and will see David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Andrew Buchan, Jodie Whittaker and Arthur Darvill all reprising their roles, joined by a host of new characters played by Charlotte Rampling, Eve Myles, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Meera Syal, James D'Arcy and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. The action is expected to resume shortly after the close of the first series.
Broadchurch: The Novel was released in August this year
For the paperback click here
For the e-book click here
For the audio download read by Carolyn Pickles (Maggie Radcliffe) click here