One country girl is about to discover that fame can cost a fortune.
Talli Roland’s Watching Willow Watts is now available in ebook format. The paperback will be coming out in November. I bought a copy for my kindle last night and am already halfway through. I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I love the characters. They're all interesting and different. I love the escalating predicaments. I love that the story is set in the 'ugliest village in Britain'. Even my inner editor has stayed silent while reading this story and I love that.
Thank you to Maeve Frazier for the Versatile Blogger Award.
Thank you to Gail Shepherd for the Irresistibly Sweet Blog Award.
Thank you to Nancy Thompson for the 7x7 Link Award. For this award I’m supposed to link to what I feel is the most beautiful, popular, controversial, helpful, surpassingly successful, underrated and prideworthy posts. A daunting task to say the least. And so I decided to link to my favourite post which covers most of these: 14 Lies We Tell Ourselves about Writing
Have you read or plan to read Watching Willow Watts?
What lies do you tell yourself about writing?