DUNKIRK

A chance to grab a reader’s bargain, for ONE WEEK ONLY…take a trip down LAVENDER ROAD and be transported!

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Today, as I know that many of my blog followers are interested in the events of World War Two, I am writing about Dunkirk, and to bring you news about a fabulous offer:

The DUNKIRK WEEK WWII EPIC BOOK SALE which starts today, 21 July, for one week only (21 – 27 July).

To celebrate the opening of Christopher Nolan’s movie Dunkirk this Friday, more than 50 authors of the Facebook Second World War Club have joined together to offer you their WWII novel at a reduced price, most at 99¢/99p.

The novels range from military war tales, home front drama and sagas, harrowing accounts of the Holocaust, gripping spy thrillers, moving wartime romances, and much, much more.

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It is a great opportunity to stock up your Kindle with a fantastic range of wartime novels, and if you don’t already have my novel LAVENDER ROAD, this is your…

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A good news story :  announcing, VICTORY GIRLS

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A good news story :  announcing, VICTORY GIRLS

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Serendipity – another great post from the pen of the mighty Helen Carey.

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I will be reading poems from Marcism Today, and the Marcistagenda blog, at the Llandeilo Literature Festival, as part of the Poetry Events. Love to see you there! Click on the link below (poetry events) for full details. Whoop whoop!

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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET

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Big news today! My new novel, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET, comes out.

Published by Headline Books in the UK, Europe and Commonwealth, and by TSAP in the USA and some other territories, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET is my fifth Lavender Road novel, and like its predecessors it can be read as a stand alone, or as part of the series.

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET is mainly set in London in 1944, and as well as the inevitable problems of war, one of the themes this time is about someone (Louise Rutherford) trying to become a better person. That is never an easy thing to do, especially perhaps in wartime, and when Louise finds that she has to join the ATS, the Women’s section of the British Army, things become even more difficult for her.

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New from Helen Carey : THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STREET

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