Monthly Archives: January 2022

January #bookbargains – last few days

There have been so many special offers on my books this month that I thought it might be useful to round them up here.

FIVE of my UK books are just 99p each right now!   

First up is Let it Snow, where an adventure takes the villagers from the cosy cottages of Middledip to the snowy mountains of Switzerland. 

Download Let it Snow for 99p here

Under the Mistletoe is still on the shelves at the supermarkets and in the ebook bargain basement, too.

Download Under the Mistletoe for 99p here

The Christmas Promise sees hat-maker Ava make a promise that becomes hard to keep. You can discover if she manages it… This book is also currently free with a UK Kindle Unlimited subscription.

Download The Christmas Promise for 99p here

If you’re a fan of earlier Middledip books, All That Mullarkey might be for you.

Download All That Mullarkey for 99p here

Is This Love? is also early in the Middledip timeline. The tagline for this book was about Tamara and the different kinds of love she had for different people – but I always thought it was about how long I could keep readers guessing about Jed. Is he a good guy or a baddie?

Download Is This Love? for 99p here

Moving on to CanadaA Christmas Gift is just CAN$1.99 as an ebook.

Download A Christmas Gift for CAN$1.99 here

Lastly, Home for the Holidays is in a deal in the US, a story of how Alexia copes when she spearheads a community project and scammers run away with all the money. (This book was The Little Village Christmas in the UK.)

Download Home for the Holidays for 99c here

I hope you find something here to enjoy. Happy reading!


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Event news: ‘Ladies of Letters’, Rothwell Library, Northamptonshire, 16 Feb 2022

I’m looking forward to this in-person event at Rothwell Library in Northamptonshire with fellow authors Jane Isaac and N V Peacock. The evening will be hosted by Mark West, author of thrillers and chillers. I love events that include refreshments because there are ALWAYS chocolate biscuits. Somehow, I’ve persuaded myself that whatever I eat at an event doesn’t contain calories.

As you see from this lovely poster, you can email or call in to purchase tickets. I know they’re selling well, so don’t miss out.

The authors will be happy to chat, answer questions, sell and sign their books, etc. Come along! We’d love to see you.

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