The Best Is Yet To Come – OUT NOW!
My sixth novel The Best Is Yet To Come is out NOW! It’s available in paperback, e-book and audio book.
It’s a story about two neighbours who are both struggling with finding their place in the world. For Izzy, motherhood hasn’t been what she was expecting but how do you admit that you’re finding it so hard? Pensioner Arthur’s stubborn streak means he’s pushing away those who want to help. Perhaps if they both let others in they may learn that the best is yet to come.
I’ve been blown away by the lovely early reviews from bookbloggers and authors who received an advance copy.
‘Uplifting, warm and full of heart’ Cathy Bramley
‘I’ve never related to a character more’ The Unmumsy Mum ‘
Heartwarming and full of hope’ Clare Pooley
‘A wonderful, heartfelt contemporary novel that will leave you smiling’ Netgalley reviewer
‘A comforting yet emotional read of pure escapism’ My Weekly
Having such kind praise and five star reviews certainly helps with my anxiety levels as life is a little out of control at the moment. All bookshops and libraries are currently closed because of lockdown in England, so it’s a VERY strange time to have a book out. This means that your support makes even more of a difference!
I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has bought a copy or recommended it to a friend. You can currently get the paperback for just £6.39 and FREE UK delivery from Hive (plus this helps to support local bookshops!). If you fancy a signed copy then the kind folks at Kenilworth Books and Warwick Books can sort you out.
Sadly, I won’t be celebrating publication day with a nice meal out or a glass of fizz in a bar with friends (boo, COVID) but I will be celebrating at home with John and my children. I never imagined writing one novel, let alone six! It’s a day to feel a real sense of pride and to make some plans for a BIG party when this is all over!
Have you got your copy yet?
A behind the scenes look at how I manage to recreate the cover of my latest novel The Best Is Yet To Come! Work it, cover girl.
How To Say Goodbye: One of the most authentic and personal novels I’ve ever written; but I so wish it didn’t exist.
Yesterday I went back to where it all began – the funeral home where my brother and I sat disbelieving on that cold November morning about to discuss plans for our dad’s cremation.
I’ve posted on here before about blog posts I never expected to write but this one is so utterly unreal I’m not sure how to even begin…
365 days without hearing your voice. Without seeing your name pop up on my phone list of recent calls. Without hugs, hearing your laugh or seeing you smile.
So, that was my year, now over to you. Thank you for following along on this bumpy ride called my life, buying my books and spreading the word.