Katie in Love Nominated for the People’s Book Prize
Hello friends, subscribers, readers and Mother (who secretly reads my blog!)
My novel Katie in Love has been nominated for the People’s Book Prize.
The news came out of the blue and bowled me off my feet. I had to drink three glasses of champagne to regain my balance.
Now, I need you to vote for me by clicking on the PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE.
You have to register your email address, but it only takes half a minute. To say it would mean a lot to me is an understatement!
The People’s Book Prize was founded by Tatiana Wilson to give new authors an equal opportunity in the marketplace, based purely on talent and ability, ‘the perfect vehicle to discover writers’ talent voted by the public, raise the profile of libraries and celebrate reading.’ The founding patron was Beryl Bainbridge, a role now played by thriller writer Frederick Forsyth.
Katie in Love now has almost 100 reviews on Amazon.co.uk and more than 100 at Amazon.com – the majority five-stars. It is my sixth novel, the first to be self-published, then republished by Thistle Publishing.
That’s all for now. Please click and vote at the People’s Book Prize – thank you, xxx Chloe
“Katie Boyd has nothing in common with Tom Bridge, the volunteer doctor she meets at a party – except in bed she finds a passion to match her own. Tom is intense, puzzling, a man who cares about others and compels Katie to question her own life drifting through the hip clubs and London party scene. When Tom returns to his post in a Sri Lanka orphanage, Katie isn’t sure if their passion was lit by its brevity, or if love, unexpected and not entirely wanted, has edged its way into her life. Should she go back to being who she always was? Or follow Tom into the unknown?”