“Starting over at Acorn Cottage” book launch!

Stuck at home? Need something to read?

Then why note download Kate Forster’s lastest “Starting over at Acorn Cottage”.
$5.00 well spent and you’d be supporting a local author who can’t have a book launch due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Get it here: Amazon
 
What’s it about?:
Buying a thatched cottage in the country may not be the usual cure for a broken heart. But after Clara Maxwell finds out her boyfriend and best friend have been sneaking around behind her back, packing her bags and leaving everything in London behind feels like it’s the only way forward.
 
Clara knew Acorn Cottage would be a fixer-upper… Yet in person, the cottage is less charmingly ramshackle and more a real health and safety concern. When Henry Garnett, her (rather handsome) new contractor, turns up with his little daughter Pansy and a van shaped like a cottage in tow, she isn’t sure whether to laugh or cry. What on earth has she gotten herself into?!
 
Still, there is something strangely lovable about the people in the little village of Merryknowe, from Rachel Brown, the quiet, lonely girl who bakes magical confections for the tearooms, to Tassie McIver, a little old lady with a lot of wisdom and a penchant for reading tea leaves. And Clara can’t deny that Henry and Pansy are quickly worming their way into her heart…
 
With all the heartbreak of the year behind her, could Acorn Cottage be the fresh start Clara so desperately wants?
 
Yes I will do an on-line book promo for you if you are also unable to do an in-person book launch due to pandemic restrictions. Just send me the details my review page 

February Monthly Review Update

The February review reads list is ready to roll. I’m not making much progress with my 65 book strong to read pile, but it’s a start. (you can read the full reviews here: 2020 Book Reviews

****1/2 “The Institute” by Stephen King

****1/2 “Young Soul Rebels: A Personal History of Northern Soul” by Stuart Cosgrove

**** “Tokyo: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide” by Jon Burbank

***** “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amor Towles

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