Sunday, 20 December 2015

T is for

Terror


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Cover by Paul Richmond
Yes indeed, as I realise that today is the twentieth. 

That means only five days until the big day. Yes, the 25th December and the release of New Lease of Life.

I got the blog post finished for my appearance on the Dreamspinner blog. I'm over there on the 27th, not release day, because apparently I'm clashing with some minor celebration and I will probably be too stuffed to move anyway. I'll stick a link in here so you know where to find me. 

and Tours

I've not arranged a blog release tour as yet. The whole 'coinciding with a major holiday' issue has thrown my planning for a loop. I'm hoping to organise something for January though so watch this space.




For anyone who has missed my previous posts and wants to know more about New Lease of Life, here's some details. 

There’s a fine line between independence and isolation.

Phillip used to laugh a lot, back when his friends called him Pip. However the good deed that left him hospitalized not only marred his body, it stripped him of his good humor too. Ever since, he has pushed his friends away and shut out the world. Donating his vintage clothing to a charity shop should have been the final act in a year-long campaign to sever the links with the man Pip used to be, but the stranger on his doorstep awakens feelings in Pip that he hasn’t experienced since the incident that left him angry at the world and reliant on the cold metal of the hideous hospital-issue crutch.

Colby forces his way into Pip’s life, picking at the scab of his past. Colby isn’t interested in Pip’s money or his expensive address. He has only one goal: to make Pip smile again. With every moment in Pip’s presence, Colby chips away at the walls Pip has built around himself. Pip knows it’s impossible to fight his attraction with Colby’s sunny disposition casting light into the darkness in his soul.

Available to pre-order.

Dreamspinner Press
Amazon US
Amazon UK
AllRomance ebooks
Kobo

Also available in paperback.


As for that other celebration on the 25th, I'm still not ready. There are still presents to buy and wrap and a couple of cards that didn't make the post box because I ran out of stamps. But the tree is up and there are mince pies in the cupboard, so things aren't too dire.

4 comments:

  1. HAHA OMG my plate is so full right now, I can't even imagine trying to deal with a release /o\ I'm looking forward to this one though! You know how much I enjoyed it!

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    1. I was going to do a delightful post about Christmas trees and then terror struck!

      *hugs you*

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  2. Is it bad that I'm counting down the days to the 25th more for your book (and Doctor Who) than for the other celebration? ;-D lol

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    1. LOL. A little. Sad to say I've stopped watching Doctor Who :( I just couldn't get into this last series.

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