Sunday 28 June 2020

Brilliant blog tour

The How to Save a Life blog tour reached its conclusion a couple of days ago and, I must admit, I really enjoyed it.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to say a big thank-you to everyone who took part. It was lovely to read so many enthusiastic and expertly crafted reviews.

Here’s a selection of some of my favourite comments:

‘How To Save a Life is a compelling, enthralling tale of second chances and redemption. I loved this novel. It’s one of the best ones I’ve read this year.’ Novel Kicks

‘I enjoyed every page of this uplifting and beautifully written book. The characters have such depth and I think this is a book that will stay with me for a long time.’ SibzzReads

‘A wonderfully delicate read that sometimes made me smile, sometimes made me want to hug it but most of all, it made me consider positivity.’ AfternoonBookery

‘A refreshing read that felt so different to many of the novels I have encountered recently.’ Mrs Brown’s Books

‘Did not disappoint . . . A delightful story of friendships, hope and transformation.’ Boon’s Bookcase

‘This novel is joyous, uplifting, and life-affirming. It approaches some very serious topics with tact and shows the potential for growth and transformation that is inside all of us.’ Adventure & Anxiety

‘Provocative and inspiring – a heart-wrenching story that will stay with you for a long time.’ A Novel Thought

‘Positive and uplifting . . . providing an immense amount of hope to those who read it.’ Mama Mummy Mum

This is the kind of book that touches you, deeply, even changes something in you. Utterly brilliant.’ The Book Lover’s Boudoir

Thanks again everyone. It was an absolute pleasure to have you all on board.

Sunday 14 June 2020

Book five released

I’m delighted to report that my fifth novel has been released here in the UK.

How to Save a Life is available to buy right now in paperback, ebook and audiobook formats.

You can order a copy from Amazon, Waterstones, Foyles, Blackwell’s etc. or your local independent bookshop.

It’s been described by Imogen Clark, bestselling author of Where The Story Starts, as: ‘A heartwarming and thought-provoking story of grief, redemption and reinvention in our modern world.’

Here’s a taste of what it’s about:

When a stranger saves Luke’s life, he knows he’s been given a second chance. He’s going to make it count – and, determined to live each day to its fullest, he starts by saying yes to everything life has to offer.

Slowly but surely, Luke learns that a little bit of blue-sky thinking can go a long way, and things start to look up.

But when Luke’s new resolve is tested, will he return to his old ways? Or can one fateful moment truly save a life?

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