BOOSTER DAY AT TGOB: THREE NEW DEBUT NOVELS TO CHECK OUT

Fellow blogger, Nina Mishkin – an inspiration and a delight to read, by the way – has given me a plug on her ‘Booster Day’ post below. I’m honoured and touched – thank you Nina! In addition to Singled Out, Nina recommends two other books which would also seem well worth considering, if you’re looking for your February reads.

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I’m doing PR today for three acquaintances.  Two I’ve met in what we call “real” life, one I’ve encountered only on WordPress.  Nobody paid me. Nobody asked me.  Not one of the three is aware of this post.

But when someone you know ( or “know”) works for years and years — in two cases below, eight years — on the typescript of a novel and it finally becomes a published book, I think that book deserves a shout-out when introduced to the reading public.  Nothing below may appeal to you. But perhaps you know someone with different tastes, and could spread the word.  All are available for pre-order on Amazon. In order of publication date, here they are:

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SINGLED OUT, by Julie Lawford.  Available in paperback on January 28: $13.99; Kindle edition on February 1, $3.99.

Julie is a British marketer who decided four years ago she really wanted to be a writer.  She has worked long and…

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