A Great Opportunity To Review A New Writing Talent…
After my recent oppotunity to read and express my thoughts about ‘A Dead Man’s Debt’, a historical romantic fiction book, from talented new British author, Grace Elliot, a second great offer has come my way this week.
Geraldine Solon, is a contemporary, romantic fiction author from the San Francisco Bay area, of the USA. She has already written and had published three books for children, now ‘Love Letters’ is her debut novel in the contemporary, romantic fiction genre.
Geraldine read the article that I posted about Grace’s book and contacted me to inquire whether I would consider reading and reviewing ‘Love Letters’.
I am only too happy to agree to Geraldine’s request, as I think it is great to be able to help new authors gain a foothold in a very competitive marketplace and romantic fiction is a genre that I do read regularly, if not frequently.
Bridal shop manager Chloe Rogers will soon marry Richard Foster—so she thinks—until suddenly, she bumps into her childhood sweetheart, Josh Goldman, whom she hasn’t seen in thirteen years. The sparks between Chloe and Josh fly, but Richard provides safety, financial security. Should she follow her heart or her head? The answer comes in a surprise twist. While cleaning her attic, she stumbles upon love letters written to her estranged mother forty years ago from a man she loved. When Chloe secretly brings them together again and sees how much time they’ve lost, she is challenged not to make the same mistake her mother made. Will Chloe opt for security or will she risk her heart and marry her true love?
It is also very reassuring to know that my blog is achieving some positive traction, after such a relatively short period of time and my thanks goes to both Grace and Geraldine for trusting me with their debut novels.
I have already received the PDF file and will be looking forward to reading the book, just as soon as my current novel Remembrance Day, is finished.
‘Mailbox Monday’ is now on tour, with guest hosts each month. For January, your hosts are Laura and Sandra at ‘Library Of Clean Reads’, so head on over, leave the link to your ‘Mailbox’ page and a comment, and see what everyone else is reading, there are usually some great recommendations