Hurrah hurrah, the day is finally here! My fourth full-length book, The House of Birds and Butterflies, is published today as ebook and beautiful (if I do say so myself) paperback. It’s already had a five star review in Heat magazine, which is pretty amazing. If you’re still undecided about whether to buy a copy, here is the blurb:
Abby Field loves every inch of Meadowsweet Nature Reserve on the idyllic Suffolk coast where she lives and works. Especially Swallowtail House, the rambling but empty country house that seems to look out at her each time she passes it’s shut-up windows.
When a TV wildlife programme choses a rival location for their new series, Meadowsweet is under threat – unless Abby can whip up a plan to keep the visitors flocking. But she finds herself distracted by the arrival of a brooding – and annoyingly handsome new neighbour… bad-boy novelist, Jack Westcoat.
With the pressure on, Abby and her cute rescue huskie, Raffle, must pull something special out of the bag. But with Jack in need of a good friend – and Abby feeling the pull of attraction, she can sense her resolve fluttering away…
You can buy the paperback in Asda and some Waterstones stores – definitely Norwich, where I’m doing a signing on Saturday the 11th August, if you fancy a day out. Jarrold books in Norwich probably have them, but I haven’t checked yet. Online you can buy the paperback at Amazon, Waterstones, WH Smiths, Foyles and other lovely book retailers.
I know I’ve said this before, but I really loved writing this book, and my publishers have done an amazing job with the cover, so if you covet beautiful books then this might be the paperback for you. If you do read it, I’d love to know what you think. Photos of you with the book, where you’re reading it, or if you spot it on a shelf in a bookshop, are brilliant – I never get tired of those and will RT/Share/Repost the heck out of them!
If you want to let me know what you thought, Amazon and Goodreads reviews are always very welcome, and you can get in touch with me via my contact page, or via my Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages. I would really love to hear from you!
I’m off to go and celebrate with coffee (it’s a bit early for fizz) and enjoy some of the never-ending sunshine.