Today I am very pleased to have author Nicola May blogging about her new novel, ‘Star Fish’
Wishing on a Star Fish…
March 2011 saw the launch of my debut novel Working it Out and since then the last 11 months have been somewhat a rollercoaster in my new guise as an author.
However, I should have worried not, as the response I have received from readers, bloggers and even my peers has been overwhelming. Quite often I would shed a tear when people told me how much they loved Ruby and her supporting cast. In fact, her quest to find the perfect job in her 12 job, 12 month mission became quite a talking point.
My second romantic comedy, Star Fish will be out in print on February 2 nd . It is already available to purchase on Kindle and I am delighted that it has already received 5 x 5 star reviews.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Star-Fish-ebook/dp/B006JMHD94 .
Tired of looking for love Amy Anderson decides that an astrological dating agency is the only way she is going to meet the man of her dreams.
Star Fish follows Amy’s hysterical search for her ‘sole mate’ as she dates her way through the twelve signs of the zodiac. So who will finally woo Amy? Will it be Ted the Arian photographer with a passion for ice skating, or maybe Laurence, the Libran IT whiz kid who likes to get behind the wheel of a fast car? Or, how about Capricorn Christopher, the owner of Starr & Son, the dating agency?
You’ll be kept guessing until the very last page!
I will be launching Star Fish on 2nd Feb in Bar 1 in Ascot High Street from 6-830pm. Everyone is welcome to come along and get their signed copy. I am also signing at different Waterstones ‘ throughout Feb. Please go to my website to view these dates, plus purchase signed copies directly. If you drop me a line to the email on the site I will happily personalise your copies. www.nicolamay.com
You can also buy through Waterstones and Amazon