Saturday, December 8, 2012
After several months of flipping through* the lovely German version of my novel, and scouring the net for favourable reviews (amazingly there are a few) and wondering if I should perhaps learn the language so I could read it myself (God knows why when I wrote it and should know every word), I'm delighted - nay THRILLED - to announce the publication of an ENGLISH ebook version of My Future Husband available to download RIGHT NOW. (I must stop shouting, it's not professional.)
This turn of events has come about thanks to my agent, Lisa Eveleigh. As well as being a fabulous agent, who is still badgering publishers to buy my second novel, she and her wonderful team have launched The Paris Press as part of a new writing consultancy and MY FUTURE HUSBAND is their very first publication.
Call me shallow, but I particularly love the cover design and have gazed at it for so long I've almost developed a squint.
Obviously it remains to be seen whether anyone will want to read the damn thing, but if you like your women's fiction with a dollop of humour and a pinch of time-travel - or know someone who does - then it might be up your street.
If not, I'm going to have to buy every single member of my family (even those I haven't seen for decades) an e-reader for Christmas, and bribe them into downloading it.
Talking of Christmas ... no, let's not. I haven't even started shopping yet.
*I haven't JUST been flipping through the book, otherwise I wouldn't have managed to do any housework.
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