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Fab Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #novel

Posted by on Dec 15th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Fab Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #novel

Hello folks, I’ve had some really amazing reviews for Little Boxes. I just wanted to share some snippets with you…   “…this is definitely an exceptional story. The story was real and believable, and moved along at a nice pace that held my interest and kept me engaged. A most enjoyable read that I would recommend to anyone.” 5 out of 5, The Jeep Diva “…a special read as it addresses adult issues in a serious and thought-provoking way. It leaves you weighing your future and questioning your past. It’s a story for...

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My Inspiration for The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh (@Daithik3)

Posted by on Dec 12th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

My Inspiration for The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh (@Daithik3)

Growing up in the sixties and seventies in Ireland gave me the inspiration to write The Gun. Politics was always to the fore in peoples minds even though in this part of the country we were far removed from the troubles in the North of Ireland. It still was a factor in the lives of everyone on the island and created some of the divisions that I think are obvious in The Gun. The Deerstalker in a lot of ways is an unfortunate character who due to circumstances found himself for the first time in his life on the wrong side of the law. Due to an...

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Life as a Governess in Russia by Freda Lightfoot (@fredalightfoot)

Posted by on Dec 5th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Life as a Governess in Russia by Freda Lightfoot (@fredalightfoot)

Hiring a British governess was quite fashionable among Russian aristocracy during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. They loved English style and wished their sons to turn into little Lord Fauntleroys. Being able to speak English was considered to be a necessary social accomplishment. French too was fashionable among the upper classes so employing an English governess who could speak the language was ideal. A tutor might also be hired to provide instruction in Russian and history, and perhaps someone to teach the piano or violin,...

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Out Now – Nobody’s Baby by Carol Burnside (@carol_burnside)

Posted by on Dec 2nd, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Out Now – Nobody’s Baby by Carol Burnside (@carol_burnside)

- blurb She was the incubator, nothing more until the parents died tragically. Now she’s having Nobody’s Baby. For Kate Morissey, becoming a surrogate seems like a great way to refill her tuition account and get the education she’s always wanted. After putting her life on hold to raise and educate her two brothers, she’s desperate for freedom and a college degree that will secure her future. Weeks away from realizing her dreams, a freak accident threatens everything. Adopted as a boy into the safety of the Hawthorne family, Rio swore...

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Talking Inspiration with Tegon Maus (@tegonmaus)

Posted by on Nov 28th, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Talking Inspiration with Tegon Maus (@tegonmaus)

I’m asked on a regular basis… “who inspires you?  Who supported you when no one else did?”   By-in-large just one person… my wife…  Dearheart.  Now I wouldn’t say it has always been easy, not for her and certainly not for me but now I can say I’m cured! Yep, 100%… cured…  thanks to She who rules the house.  I was an addict, oh not like you think, nothing as mundane as drugs or alcohol or even sex… none of that common stuff for me.  No, I had fallen hard for practical jokes… any of them… all...

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There’s A Song in My Heart by Jennifer Young (@JYnovelist)

Posted by on Nov 18th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

There’s A Song in My Heart by Jennifer Young (@JYnovelist)

There’s a song in my heart. There always is; and it’s usually a soundtrack for whatever story I’m currently working on, although it isn’t always the song you might expect. (The theme song for my first novel, Thank You For The Music, was actually Christina Perri’s Jar of Hearts; but writers are funny like that. It’s a badge of honour to avoid the obvious.) I’m a bit more on track with the song for my most recently-published work, No Time Like Now — Coldplay’s The Scientist. The song came out in 2002 and has been there or...

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Five Star Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #contemporary #novel

Posted by on Nov 13th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Five Star Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #contemporary #novel

Hello folks, Just thought I’d pop on in my excitable author guise again to let you know about some of the reviews I’ve already had for Little Boxes… “A good easy reading book. One of those curled up in front of the fire type of books.” 5 out of 5, Amazon Customer “This is a thoroughly enjoyable light read. I enjoyed the last book,Sweet Proposal, but this one is even better. Looking forward to her next book” 5 out of 5, Amazon Customer “This book is great. Like her first book, Sweet Proposal, it...

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Little Boxes Blog Tour Starts Today! #littleboxes #romance #novel #ebook

Posted by on Nov 10th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Little Boxes Blog Tour Starts Today! #littleboxes #romance #novel #ebook

Hello all, Just a quickie to let you know that Little Boxes is on blog tour, starting today! Over the next two weeks I’ll be stopping at ten super duper blogs and dishing lots of dirt on the novel, answering questions and even giving away some books! So, what are you waiting for? Check out day one of the tour here, then be sure to see the other posts on the dates listed here. Have fun! Ce x P.S. Thank you so much to those of you that have bought Little Boxes so far, it’s very much appreciated. Would love a couple of sentences on...

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Release Day for Little Boxes! #newrelease #romance #novel #ebook

Posted by on Nov 4th, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Release Day for Little Boxes! #newrelease #romance #novel #ebook

Hi folks! It’s that excited author again My second novel, Little Boxes, is out today and I’m rather delighted! Here’s the blurb: Suddenly bereaved, Molly White realises that she has never really known her feisty husband Jake when random boxes begin to appear through the post, each one containing a tantalising clue to the secrets of Jake and Molly’s past. Someone who knows them both well, for reasons of their own, has planned a trail of discovery. The clues seem to be designed to change Molly’s life completely, leading...

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Little Boxes Now Available for Pre-Order!

Posted by on Oct 31st, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Little Boxes Now Available for Pre-Order!

Hello all, That screeching sound you hear is the sound of a very excited author… yes, Little Boxes is almost here, just a few days to go in fact, and it’s available for pre-order on Amazon and Smashwords, and will be coming very soon to all your other favourite retailers. All the links are on the book page: http://celiajanderson.co.uk/books/little-boxes/ And I’d also be very grateful if you could add it to your Goodreads shelves: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23360501-little-boxes Have a fantastic weekend,...

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