My heartfelt thanks go to Valicity Garris who posted a marvellous review of ‘What If I Go?’ 20 DAYS AGO!
Please see under ‘honest and emotional’ http://www.therebelchristian.com/book-reviews/
Sorry, I’m so late giving my heartfelt thanks. Put it down to a crazy, heat haze that’s just clearing. However, I do really appreciate the time of reviewers amongst their busy schedule.
All good things go to those who wait…
I am sooooo happy! Not bad for a debut? Please go ahead and check the novel out for your friends and family.
Also, please visit Valicity for more sound advice.
Our countryside is blooming after the rain. These lilies are amazing. However, some things aren’t improving despite best efforts. Let’s stay vigil and keep trying to raise awareness of dangers. Sadly this was among this weeks news alongside terrorist activity.
Raising awareness and interrupting this activity is key. Standing together in love is the answer. What If I Go? attempts cultural cohesion. Please would you download a copy of my book for a friend?
I found this on Pinterest and agree whole heartily with the creator.
I am grateful for your time to help me spread the word on keeping safe. Please encourage summer reading for students. They matter. I wrote What If I Go? as a heads up on the signs of grooming and violent controlling behaviour. Let’s help stop the perpetrators?
After a stormy start the sun is shining on my novel. I am very happy to have had some valuable coverage on The Story Reading Ape’s Blog. Chris has been most generous to include me as his guest author. Authors, join me on this sociable book site? See my inclusion over the bank holiday, below-
Chris has made it easier for me to raise awareness of actual crime happening on the UK’s streets. Let’s disrupt the predatory grooming of young women by empowering them to spot the signs. I appreciate your help. See what I mean in local paper this weekend-
Readers, try downloading a book that Chris is promoting?
It’s great fun. Please follow me and I’ll reciprocate.
The world in pictures seems brighter. Join me?
My heartfelt thanks for having me go to Lisa at-
She’s looking for more writers to contribute to her guest post. She also loves poetry so, if you are like me and need to find your readers then why don’t you check out her site below.
Unfortunately the sexual exploitation of girls like Grace in What If I Go? are based on true stories recently televised on the BBC in the UK. See this weeks Three Girls drama series and the newspaper report following the showing here:
Stay safe! Raise awareness.
This Christening cake has been under construction since November. I’m happy to have finished it for a real deadline. There have been layers involved similar to those techniques required in creative writing. Polishing involved several editing tasks; things seen and unseen. The proof of the pudding will be in the eating…
The baby it was made for is only six months older than the cake that was definitely designed with parents in mind. This fruit is laced with rum so will deliver a kick! I’m making healthier puffed rice nibbles for the little ones, fear not.
The daisies are edible and sweet indicative of the young life they represent. Yay!
My debut novel for New Adults is less palatable, maybe? My next writing recipe includes short stories. To make them palatable or tasty? That is the question.
Reality may well prioritise. I don’t want to induce sickness but good health.
Yay! My suspense novel, ‘What If I Go?’ is safely on its way to another happy reader. Thanks for taking part in my book giveaway.
Also, there are still free PDF’s available for reviewers. Just ask, I’ll sort it.
Trusting that the springlike fine weather is fast upon us. I’m enjoying chocolate so much recently that salad days are looming…
Don’t forget that the ebook can be downloaded very reasonably, if you are one of the disappointed. Please go here for further details- myBook.to/pollyjwhite
Okay! I admit that there were definitely chocolate eggs on this humming-bird cake. Not in the original recipe…However, the pineapple banana and pecans were so good for me. And I took the chocolate off my piece but so enjoyed the rest.
Needless to say, I had considerable help from the family to keep me from falling into the chocolate chomping trap.
Trusting that you can share such a feast over the holiday. With chocolate or without?
I am really looking forward to eating chocolate after Lent, don’t get me wrong!
However, my sacrifice was nothing. I’m celebrating passion week with a free giveaway of my thriller giving the heads up to students about staying safe from gangs.
Please, join in the fun. Someone has to win. Like this post or follow me on Twitter @pollyjwhite4.
Enjoy the countdown to a long weekend.