Free Christmas Story

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‘A wonderful, warm read that’s guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings,’ author, Colette Caddle. 

Merry Christmas, everyone and a big thank you to my readers for all your support! I’d love to gift you a copy of this magical, Christmas short story to get you into the spirit of the season. If you’ve already read it, please feel free to gift it to family and friends you feel might enjoy it.

To receive a copy just click here: http://eepurl.com/-II1X pop in your details and it’ll be on its merry way to you. To gift it, just send the link to someone you love. Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a magical 2018.

 

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Paperback Writer

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Shortly after I published Pause to Rewind as an ebook, a reader contacted me to see if I would be publishing a paperback as she wished to gift the story to two people. At the time, I had no plans to produce a paperback. Because of production costs, they are more expensive to produce, retail higher and are consequently less in demand on amazon.

Then I thought, well, this woman had a good experience and wants to share it which is pretty kind. Publishing a paperback would be an adventure. And the clincher: I could give a physical copy of the book to my son, the little boy who features on the cover. (No longer, little, I might add.)

And so, today, drum roll, I can announce: WE HAVE A PAPERBACK. Available on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. So a big thank you to that reader. Her kindness has changed my plans for the better. Happy Christmas.

Christmas Story

dfw-aa-cg-cover-midI have been sooo quiet. This is because I’ve been as busy as a Christmas elf (excuse the analogy – tis the season of getting away with terrible similes):

What, you might ask, have I been up to? Well, I’ve been editing The Accidental Life of Greg Millar so that it is ready to publish on December 27th. I’ve been working on a paperback of Pause to Rewind which I would LOVE to have out for Christmas, but can’t promise. And I’ve been editing and finding a lovely cover for a Christmas short story called Checkout Girl – the little baby, there, on your left. If your heart is in need of warming, or your spirits uplifting, this might just do the trick. No promises, mind. Happy Christmas.