Reviews are so important to an author, especially a newbie like me. They spread the word and take you up the Amazon algorithms. Probably the Best Kiss in the World just got its 250th rating on Amazon, which is a big milestone and I’m over the moon. Thank you to everyone who has read it and rated it. It means so much to me.
If you enjoy a book and have a spare moment, leaving a review will make the author extremely happy!
Fancy a hyggelig lunchtime? On Tuesday, the lovely Natalie Normann and I will be FacebookLIVEing on One More Chapter Book Club at 1pm (GMT). We’ll be talking about Natalie’s gorgeous book Summer Island, set in Norway and my book Probably the Best Kiss in the World, which is part-set in Denmark. Grab a sandwich (make it an open one, obvs) and join us! We’d love to see you. xx Here’s the link; https://www.facebook.com/0neMoreChapter/videos/270459574254179/
I have a new Author Pic and my Social Media consultant (aka my little sister) says I should trumpet it.
I have a fractious relationship with photos- cameras don’t seem to be able to understand my face. However, an imminent event prompted a makeshift photo-sesh this morning and DD2 did a handy job gaining a series of shots I’m chuffed with.
Tadahh- I have trumpeted!
🥳 It’s Probably the Best Kiss in the World’s first anniversary of being available in paperback, or as I like to think of it, available for #booksniffing .
I’m celebrating 🥳
A little moment of joy during this lockdown. Waitrose Weekend have mentioned Probably the Best Kiss in the World in this week’s issue. As the lockdown continues and travel is restricted, Armchair-travel is now The Thing. Just wanted to share it, as I am madly excited to have been included.