This is not the blurb, but I wish it was:
Who is Cat? Well, that depends. Cat is the bitchy colleague in the office, but sometimes she's the girl who committed suicide at school. And sometimes she's neither of them. Sometimes Cat just lurks in Julia’s imagination, torturing her, telling her she should have died too. And she’s right, of course, because Cat is always right.
Cat & The Dreamer is 10 years old, but the story itself is timeless - the tale of bullying and compliance, of an introvert hiding away from the world, of accepting you're never going to be the one with a happy ending.
"This is the kind of book you could read over and over, and always spot something new to think about. A definite must read!"
Just thought I'd share the latest review for Small Forgotten Moments with you.
Ann S. Epstein has called it "Relentless, Intense, Vivid... as fearless as a gothic horror tale" in her review on her blog.
Ann writes wonderful historical fiction and is a huge supporter of small presses and their authors. Check out the rest of her site once you've read her review of Small Forgotten Moments!
It's that time of year when I start to slow down, I seem to sit at my desk less often and be out drinking coffee (and cider) with friends slightly more, so I thought I'd squeeze in a round-up of my 2021 highlights.
Thank you to everyone who has bought a book this year - not just mine, but all the independent authors, small press authors and publishers, and - yes - the Big 5 (or is it 4 now?) mega-publishers. We all appreciate every sale, and I, personally, do a small jig when my Amazon and Kobo rankings increase.
And on that note
Artoo and I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas
filled with books and chocolates and walkies x