Just over two years ago, my first paperback, A Christmas Tail, was published. The time seems to have flown by so quickly, and yet, at the same time, I can’t believe how much has happened since then.
My third paperback, The Once in a Blue Moon Guesthouse, was published this year, my two-part Christmas story, The Canal Boat Café Christmas is out now (part one anyway, part two is coming in three weeks) and my fourth full length series, The Lovebirds, is currently with my editor. Hopefully I’ll be able to share more news about that soon!
But A Christmas Tail, first published as four ebooks called The Primrose Terrace series, holds a special place in my heart, because it was my first published novel. I still love Cat and her determination to get her new dog-walking business off the ground, her flatmates Polly and Joe, mysterious Mark who moves in down the road, and her neighbour Elsie – not to mention all the dogs!
To celebrate the anniversary, and because Christmas is quickly approaching ( I haven’t started my Christmas shopping yet, eek!) I’m giving away a signed copy of A Christmas Tail, over on my Facebook page.
If you haven’t read it, here’s the blurb:
Walkies in a Winter Wonderland…
Catherine ‘Cat’ Palmer realizes that bringing an adorable puppy into work is a bad idea when it gets her the sack. Deciding it’s the perfect opportunity to launch her dog-walking business, Cat enlists the help of flatmates Polly and Joe. After all Primrose Terrace, the street where they live, is full of home-alone hounds.
Getting to know the owners and their precious pooches isn’t all plain sailing, but soon Cat is making friends, particularly with sexy Mark and his Collie, Chips. With her talent for misadventure, Cat’s new life starts to show some cracks, and when one of the street’s loveable schnauzers gets ill, it looks like this Christmas could be turning into a dog’s dinner. But Cat has never given up on anything in her life – and this is one Christmas that’s definitely worth saving…
To enter the giveaway, go to my Facebook page, here.
Good luck, and Happy (nearly) Christmas!