Hey folks! I’m happy to announce that you can now buy a paperback copy of Neighbourhood Witch! At the moment, it’s still filtering through to various offline, and online, book retailers. But for the moment, you can grab a copy via Amazon.
Though if you’re a fan of ebooks, you can get the ebook edition here.
I should also say a special Thank-You to those who have already bought a copy, and especially those who have left reviews!
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A cursed witch is the loneliest kind.
Shunned by her small community, Henny Wilson knows this very well. Suffering constant accidents, she keeps away from people to keep them safe. But her new neighbour, Nathan, has other ideas. He believes the curse is just in her head. As they grow closer and feelings develop between them, Nathan vows to show Henny that she doesn’t have to suffer any longer.
Well, folks, it’s taken quite a while and thank you to those who retained an interest in the book.
I brought the release date forward as it was just sitting there, staring at me with those big puppy-dog eyes and whispering “Release me, release me”. So I did!
I have been having trouble with Kobo so if anyone had placed a pre-order for the book, let me know and I’ll send you a free epub version. According to the Kobo dashboard, no one had placed an order, but the site has been having problems so message me if you had ordered.
Anyhoo, the book is now available on Amazon, Kobo and Smashwords. It’s currently being processed on other ebook sites and will be available on Barnes & Noble and Apple very soon.
Third time lucky with the old cover malarkey!
Have decided on this cover for the book (just uploaded it to the pre-order book page on Kobo so it may take a few hours/days to show there). I think it fits the story better. Shows the loneliness of Henrietta better.
This list is full of songs which fit the story of Neighbourhood Witch, songs I imagined playing in background (if it was a movie) and just songs that I was listening to when writing certain scenes. (They’re not in any particular order!)
Click on the links to take you to YouTube where you can hear the tracks.
This *may* be the new cover for Neighbourhood Witch. What do you think?
Welcome, once again, to Snippet Sunday, an open Facebook group for authors to display their wares within ten sentences of a wip or published story.
I’m continuing with Neighbourhood Witch – a paranormal romance, about a cursed witch. In this snippet, Nathan – her new neighbour and the guy who has feelings for her – is trying to explain something about the curse.
‘There’s one simple thing you can do – stop letting it rule your life. Stop feeding it by pushing everyone away.’
‘But people get hurt -’
‘People get hurt all the time, whether it’s physical or emotional. You can’t be the sole cause for everyone’s pain. You’re hurting people by not letting them into your life.’ He watched the tears roll down her reddening face. He knew he was upsetting her but she had to hear it from someone.
‘Just go,’ she said, in a whisper. And Nathan did.
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Okay, have just joined Snippet Sunday – an open Facebook group for authors to post snippets of their work. It looks fun and as well as an opportunity to get more people to read my work, I’ll also be able to discover new authors, too. As will you if you follow this link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/SnippetSunday/
A little background – Henrietta is a cursed witch. The curse makes her and those around her have little accidents. As a result, she’s shut herself away from other people. Her only companion being the soul of an 18th century nobleman now trapped in the ‘body’ of a turnip. Yup, you read that correctly. Enjoy!
‘You’re lonely, aren’t you?’
‘Why would I be lonely when I have you to speak to?’
‘Oh you can’t tell me that you’d rather spend time with a talking root vegetable than real people,’ Tip said with a sniff.
Henrietta didn’t answer immediately. She stared into space and said, ‘I’d only end up hurting them.’
‘Come on, it’s too early in the evening to get all maudlin. At least crack open a bottle of wine first.’
‘But you can’t drink.’
‘I know,’ replied Tip. ‘But you are rather entertaining when you’re tipsy.’
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