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Today sees The Christmas Promise published in Canada and the US. This is a huge thrill for me, especially to see The Christmas Promise with its gorgeous new cover for a new market. I hope that North America likes this story of Ava trying to keep a very special promise to Sam and Wendy. The Christmas Promise was my breakthrough book in the UK, flying up to the #1 spot in the Amazon Kindle UK chart and sticking there for five days.
What else can I tell you about this book? Oh, yes: handmade hats and revenge porn. For how I combined these elements just read the book. Enjoy!
Buy link: The Christmas Promise in Canada
Buy link: The Christmas Promise in the US
On a snowy December evening, Sam Jermyn steps into the life of bespoke hat maker Ava. Sparks fly, and not necessarily the good ones.
Times are tough for Ava – she’s struggling to make ends meet, her ex-boyfriend is a bully, and worst of all, it’s nearly Christmas.
So when Sam commissions Ava to make a hat for someone special, she makes a promise that will change her life. She just doesn’t know it yet…
Readers LOVE The Christmas Promise – and soon you will too!
“Simply gorgeous Christmas story with a difference” Reader review
“Superb novel!” Reader review
“Perfect pre-Christmas read. I promise.” Reader review
“When a book keeps you reading until five o’clock in the morning, it’s a sure sign of a fantastic read!” Reader review
“Original, poignant, relevant and romantic.” Reader review
“A wonderful cosy Christmas read.” Reader review
If you’re looking for an ebook bargain, Let it Snow has been chosen for a special promotion during October to really get your festive season going. I’m thrilled to say Lily, Isaac and Doggo the Dalmatian are getting fantastic reviews and Let it Snow is into the Amazon Kindle UK Top 100 chart already.
Load up your device and prepare to join Lily on her journey (along with Isaac, Doggo and a small singing group) in a journey from frosty Middledip to Snowy Switzerland, a journey that’s both geographically and emotionally massive.
Download your copy here:
One of the best things about being an author is the opportunity to work with other authors. I’m thrilled to be featured in a Girls’ Night In with Phillipa Ashley, Christie Barlow and Bella Osborne on Thursday 20th June at 18:30. We’ll be at Waterstones, 24-26 High St, Birmingham B4 7SL.
Come along if you can! Drinks and nibbles included and the cost of the ticket can be redeemed against the purchase of one of our books on the night.
Somebody once told me that being an author meant drinking champagne with your publishers one day and cleaning black gunge out of your washing machine next.
I had my own taste of that this week with my launch party on Thursday and housework today!
Let’s focus on the fun stuff. Thursday’s launch party for The Christmas Promise was amazing. I’m going to use this post mainly to share photos with you.
I was amazed and thrilled how many people turned up to support me, buying ALL the books in stock and leaving orders with the store for more. Members of Team Sue Moorcroft, bloggers, readers, family, and friends from as far back as my primary school. Authors, mainly from the RNA, came out in force.
Ava from The Christmas Promise is a milliner and Abigail Crampton, who had made the millinery research very easy for me, made my beautiful cocktail hat especially for the evening. Here we go with the pics!
And for those who are interested in how I cleaned the black gunge from the washing machine, I chose a steam cleaner and and an old toothbrush.