Tuesday, 13 March 2018
First thoughts in on, Don't Call Me Mum.
When one of your favourite authors reads your book, you hold your breath waiting to hear if they enjoyed it or not. I recently asked international best-selling author, Denyse Woods, would she be happy to read, Don't call Me Mum and she agreed much to my delight. This is what she had to share about my second novel, I am thrilled to say the very least.
'Sisters and brothers, divas and daughters, parents and newborns, high fashion and friendship – Don’t Call Me Mum delivers all this as it explores, and celebrates, the contortions of family dynamics. Throw in a religious vocation and illness with an aftershock, and you won’t be able to stop reading as Lacey Taylor, hurt but resilient, faces new challenges and shows her true grit. Another absorbing, fast-paced family drama from Mary Bradford.'
Denyse Woods, author of the critically-acclaimed, Overnight to Innsbruck and the best-selling, The Catalpa Tree and others is celebrating the publication of her sixth new novel, Of Sea and Sand, out this month in America and Ireland in April.
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