Sunday, 21 July 2013
Brook Cottage Books is thrilled to not only be a part of the Learning to Love Promo Blitz, but to have actually helped organise it! Go me!!! You can catch my review for this fab book on the blog tomorrow. But, in the meantime, here's a bit about the book!
London — Safkhet Publishing
London-based independent publisher Safkhet Publishing and romance author Sheryl Browne of Droitwich, Worcestershire, England, announce the publication of the poignant romance thriller, Learning to Love, a look at love, life and relationships, on 22 July 2013.
Learning to Love—“chosen for publication in the Birmingham City University School of English Anthology”
Widower, Dr David Adams, has recently moved to the village—where no one knows him, ergo there's no fuel for neighborhood gossip—to start afresh with his ten year old son, if only he can get to a place where his son wants to speak to him. Angry and withdrawn, Jake blames his dad for the death of his mother, and David doesn't know how to reach him.
Andrea Kelly has too many balls in the air. With three children and a "nuts" mother to care for, her fiancé can't fathom why she wants to throw something else into the mix and change her career. Surely she already has too much on her plate? Because her plates are skew-whiff and her balls are dropping off all over the place, Andrea points out. She needs to make changes. Still her fiancé, who has a hidden agenda, is dead-set against it.
When Andrea's house burns mysteriously to the ground and Andrea and her entourage are forced to move in with the enigmatic Dr Adams, however, the village drums soon start beating, fuel aplenty when it turns out someone does know him—the woman carrying his baby.
About the Author:
Sheryl Browne grew up in Birmingham, UK, where she studied Art & Design. She wears many hats: a partner in her own business, a mother, and a foster parent to disabled dogs. Creative in spirit, Sheryl has always had a passion for writing. She has previously been published in the US and writes Rom Com because, as she puts it, "life is just too short to be miserable." Sheryl is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association. For more information, connect with Sheryl Browne on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SherylBrowne.Author) or Twitter (https://twitter.com/SherylBrowne) or visit her blog page at http://www.sherylbrowne.com/.
Learning to Love (ISBN: 9781908208835) will be available for purchase as an eBook worldwide on Amazon, Kobo, the Apple iStore and all other major retailers. For more information, please visit http://www.safkhetpublishing.com/
Today (21st) and tomorrow (22nd) you can join in with all the promo blitz fun over on facebook where there are some fab prizes to be won! Go check it out HERE. The theme of the party is this................If you had to reinvent yourself what name would you use? Would you change occupations and have a whole new identity? Or, whose identity would you steal? Where would you relocate to and why? There are lots of lovely and wonderful bloggers who are taking part in the promo blitz. Here's a list of who is taking part so be sure to pop to their posts and say hi! Learning to Love will be released in Paperback on 14th February 2014.
21st July 2013
DizzyC’s Little Book Blog - www.dizzycslittlebookblog.blogspot.com
Brook Cottage Books – www.brookcottagebooks.blogspot.com
Patricia Sands - www.patriciasands.wordpress.com
Mandy Baggot – www.mandybaggot.com
Shani Struthers - http://shanisite.wordpress.com/
Melanie Robertson-King - http://www.melanierobertson-king.com/wp02/
Angela Williams - http://chaoticbookcorner.blogspot.co.uk
22nd July 2013
Pauline Barclay - http://paulinembarclay.blogspot.co.uk/
Wendy Chartier - http://theauthorandreaderspotlight.blogspot.co.uk/
Zanna Mackenzie - http://www.zannamackenzie.blogspot.co.uk/
Donna Trinder - http://donnasroomforreading.blogspot.co.uk/
Julia Hughes - http://www.wordspi.com/
Carol E Wyer- http://facing50withhumour.com/
Brook Cottage Books – http://brookcottagebooks.blogspot.com
Silvy Silvana - http://books-are-my-life-silvy.blogspot.com/
Joan Hill - www.romanticfiction.org
Nikki Mahood - http://nikkimahood.wordpress.com/