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All in all it's been about two years, between the research and the re-drafts. I think it will appeal to a lot of readers because it follows parallel stories in two different timelines, so you're getting a bit of historical fiction as well as contemporary fiction. I hope it does well, so anyone who's considering buying a new book, or knows anyone who enjoys the 'Time Slip' genre and a bit of Irish humour, just follow the links on my first post. What do you think of the cover by the way?
You can download a sample too, so you can try before you buy But don't take my word for it - read one of my very first reviews here:
along with a competition to win a free copy of The Cross Of Santiago.
Thanks for any support guys
And if you want to get your copy on iTunes, you can! https://itunes.apple.com/ie/book/the-cross-of-santiago/id703553345?mt=11
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