1940’s Day out…

I recently had the opportunity to be part of a 1940’s Home Front weekend at the Nothe Fort in Weymouth.  I had a great time meeting and chatting with visitors about Will and his travels.

 

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On the bestsellers list….Really?

 

I am amazed and awed, when popping along to Amazon I came across this….

Freebie…..

To celebrate World Book, Day Candy Jar Books have uploaded Will’s War to Kindle for free! Yes that’s free folks. For this week only.

Follow the link below and snap up your copy.

If you like the book… and if you would be willing just to spare two or three minutes…would you be prepared to share your review of the book on Amazon. Thank you SO much, I really appriciate your support.

Cherry 

 

Will’s War Free to download this week only! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Review…

 

 

Whilst it is entirely lovely to get book reviews from children, it is also thrilling when adults read and enjoy your book.  Here is a snippet of a recent review. I have had to edit it as there are spoilers!

‘I finished my paperback of Will’s War yesterday and found it such a great adventure! He really went through the wringer after he got placed on a farm then was forced to work on the ship. I wondered if Will looks up Elizabeth, Frank and Charlie in the future and even visits them when they are elderly or their grandkids?

Thanks for a fab book!’

A.

Will’s War is shortly to be published on Kindle (possibly even free for a short time – shhh) I will keep you all updated!

 

 

Summer Reading Challenge – Library Visits

Hello all!

So this summer I am visiting 7, yes 7 libraries to promote Will’s War and of course to get up to mischief-making in the form of code breaking. Here are a couple of photos of my most recent visit.