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Woman & Home chooses ‘A Summer to Remember’ AND ‘Let it Snow’!

I’m feeling VERY loved up by the fab team at Woman & Home!

They chose A Summer to Remember in their Best Books to Read this Year edit. Read the full list here.

AND they chose Let it Snow for their Top Books to Snuggle Up with this Winter! Read the full list here.

Huge thanks to all at Woman & Home for pinning a very happy smile to my face. I’m thrilled.

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In the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph on publication day #LetItSnow

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How lovely to be featured in my local paper. This is the screenshot of the print version but there’s a longer interview online on the ET’s website if you’d like to read it.

Quite a long time ago I used to work an evening shift for a digital prepress company situated in the Evening Telegraph’s then premises. Walking through the building in those days I would not have guessed that I’d ever make a news item. 🙂

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Paperback publication day for ‘Let it Snow’ @AvonBooksUK @BFLAgency

 

Today sees paperback and audiobook release for

Let it Snow!

I’m excited that it will be on book shop and supermarket shelves today, especially after the ebook has done so well, bobbing about in the top 100 for most of the past few weeks, rising as high as #26. Thanks to all the readers who have bought it.

Last night we had a launch event at Rothwell Library where I sold out of all the prepublication stock I had. The audience was fantastic and my friend Mark West a great organiser and interviewer. Thanks also to the Friends of Rothwell Library for putting on the event. Rothwell is a community library now and volunteers are keeping libraries going.

I hope that readers enjoy Lily’s journey, both emotional and physical, from the frosty cottages of Middledip to the snowy mountains of Switzerland. It begins with a determination to find her half-brothers and ends with a lot of hard choices.

Let is Snow is available in paperback, audio and ebook now!

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Let It Snow by @SueMoorcroft #review and #extract @avonbooksUK

Thanks to Joanne of Portobello Book Blog for helping me celebrate paperback publication day of Let It Snow with this inventive review and an extract from the book.

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Recipe for a perfect Christmas read (also known as my review!)

Take one familiar and well loved village (Middledip)

Add a cosy village pub (The Three Fishes)

Ensure that your heroine (Lily) is down to earth, likeable but not without some pretty big secrets

Pre-heat the boss (That’ll be Isaac!)

Dollop in a lovable Dalmatian called Doggo

Add a generous helping of romance

Whisk in some simmering attraction

Stir in some difficult family situations

Carefully blend through some serious issues

Throw in a trip to Switzerland

Coat the mountains with a generous dusting of snow

Sprinkle in some Swiss chalets and twinkling fairy lights

Combine with Christmas markets and delicious sounding food and drink

Add a little Christmas adventure

Mix in more than a hint of spice

Blend together carefully

Don’t forget to sing a few Christmas carols and songs as you wait for the mix to mature

Best enjoyed…

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Christmas Extravaganza at Waterstones Milton Keynes. @WaterstonesMK @JulesWake @SueMoorcroft

Waterstones MK

Very happy to be alongside Jules Wake helping Waterstones in Midsummer Place, Milton Keynes celebrate the switching on of the Christmas lights in MK at their Christmas Shopping Extravaganza Weekend! Come along, have a chat, grab a mince pie and start your Christmas shopping!

 

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