Well what did you think I meant? Honestly – what are you like?!
Kindling. It’s what my grandad used to put on the fire on top of the scrunched up newspaper. Sometimes he used to let me chop up the kindling with his axe. I used to love doing that. Would I let my grandchildren anywhere near an axe – eek! No!
I was going to put one of my serials on Kindle and once I got started, I ended up with four of them all ready to go. One of them is shorter than the other three and I’ve decided to give it away free until the end of the week.
A number of reasons for this. On Saturday when my son and his lovely fiancée get married, it would have been my mum’s 90th birthday. She died without seeing any of her grandchildren get married and she missed out on the great grandchildren she would have loved. So the giveaway is a sort of triple celebration – the wedding, remembering my mum on her birthday and me at last actually getting more onto Kindle.
The free book is called Hell and High Water and is about a trio of friends who want to save an old pier from crumbling into the sea and perhaps find a little romance along the way.
The other three are: All At Sea – in which a woman goes on a cruise with her mother and daughter and they end up in hot water – oh and perhaps find a little romance along the way.
Still Waters is about one woman’s determination to restore the village pond and the opposition she faces from people who have secrets hidden beneath the water. Oh and there may be a little romance along the way.
There seems to be a bit of a theme here. But who doesn’t like a little romance?
And finally Buckets and Spades is more of a family story about love and loyalty and what happens when a handsome Italian stranger turns up on your doorstep with his son and a Big Secret. Not so much romance, but lots of love!
I’ve also put new covers on the original two books I put on Kindle which I think are a great improvement on my originals (Love on Ice and The Call of Home - the new cover pics are on my side bar). I’m really enjoying this cover lark (not that you’d think so if you’d been a fly on the wall in here a couple of days ago when I was trying to get to grips with it all)!
You can download Hell & High Water free from today until Friday. Did I mention that it’s free?