Just a few short months ago, I featured author Sarah Simpson and took part in the Blog Tour to promote her debut novel Her Greatest Mistake. Such was the acclaim for the book, that Who I Am has appeared hot on its heels and is already attracting some amazing ratings and reviews.
Aria Fiction have arranged a very extensive Blog Tour for Who I Am, so why not stop by a few of the other participants, where there are sure to be some excellent reviews, extracts and Guest Posts to share. As always, thanks also go out to NetGalley for their seamless download service.
‘WHO I AM‘
And you know everything about me… except
WHO I AM.
Andi met Camilla at university. Instantly best friends, they shared everything together. Until their long-planned graduation celebration ends in tragedy…
Years later, Andi is living a seemingly perfect life on the rugged Cornish Coast with her loving husband, happy children and dream home. Yet Andi is haunted by a secret she thought only she knew.
Someone out there is bringing Andi’s deepest fears to life. And she knows there’s no escaping the past that has come back to haunt her…
You trusted me with your secrets, you told me everything, you thought I was your best friend… but you have no idea WHO I AM.
Hi! I’m SARAH SIMPSON
When I first graduated, I formed a mental health consultancy and worked as a psychologist within the family court system of Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.
Three years ago I moved to beautiful Cornwall, with my husband and three children, and now run my own practice in Truro.
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As my spot on the Blog Tour, Aria Fiction and Sarah Simpson, have requested that I share this commentary post about…
“WHO I AM“
I sometimes look in to her eyes
A borrowed glimpse of a charmed life
As through the windows to my world
There sits – only loneliness and tormented strife.
Still, something even more strange
At least this is how it seems
When others look in to my eyes
They only grasp a life of spirit and dreams.
Who I Am is a psychological thriller involving sensitive issues, such as alcoholism, underscoring it’s far reaching consequences. Reflecting, how done deeds whether pronounced or not, will always stalk the conscience. Greed, resentment, resolve and retribution. The story is told through the eyes of two contrarily strong female protagonists.
Camilla, is nineteen, living amongst the grimiest of streets on an Edinburgh council homed street. Born to alcoholic parents, she dragged herself into the formative teenage years. Camilla hates her life, more than her life hates her, her roots make her curl and cringe, she desperately seeks change. More than change, she desires the high life. There is nothing she is unwilling to manipulate and execute to achieve this.
Andi, is also nineteen and is the daughter of affluence and propriety. On paper, she has it all. Loved dearly by her family. With opportunities and means in abundance, and guidance tumbling out of her pockets. But Andi longs for self-determination, spontaneity, independence and a life void of expectations.