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Post Your Book Here!

book front

Nesie’s Place features free daily postings of books, tours, spotlights, and reviews covering a wide variety of genres and our daily queue is getting low!

All authors are welcome to submit books for future posts.

Please leave the direct link to your book’s Amazon page in the comment section below or send through the Contact Page.

Include your Twitter username so you can be tagged when the book is posted.

One book per post unless it is a series. (Please provide links to each book unless it is a boxed set/anthology.)

If you want your book linked to other retailers you must send the direct link for the book to those sites.

Books do not have to be free or on sale!

The cover and blurb from the book’s page will be used for the post.

The blog’s queue is filled on weekends, and books are staggered to provide a daily variety so you may not see your book right away.

If you have ANY questions, feel free to leave a comment or send through the Contact Page.

 

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The Name Game continues …

Nothing like good friends…except friends who are also writers! 😁💜

Just 4 My Books

If you read my previous post, you’ll know I’m a tad curious about how the names we’re given as babies can later reflect who we are.

Pardon? You haven’t read it? Then you’ll not be aware of my “life-taking” qualities then … you’d best take a look back, quickly now … I’m “overpowering” too 😉

I mentioned there was someone I wanted to feature, someone who truly lives up to her name. This lovely lady is a fellow author, she’s a member of the same Women’s Fiction writing group, and she just about epitomises her name with her generosity, warmth, humour, mild coffee addiction, and kindness. She’s also – I’m delighted to say – a great friend of mine, who makes me laugh, cry and repeatedly bang my head on the desk … 

Please, let me hear a huge cheer for Felicia Welch-Reevers, aka the author, Felicia Denise.

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Women Writers… writing | Sarah Marie Graye

Sarah Marie GrayeSarah Marie Graye was born in Manchester, United Kingdom, in 1975, to English Catholic parents. One of five daughters, to the outside world Sarah Marie’s childhood followed a relatively typical Manchester upbringing… until aged 9, when she was diagnosed with depression.

It’s a diagnosis that has stayed with Sarah Marie over three decades, and something she believes has coloured every life decision.

Now in her early 40s, and with an MA Creative Writing from London South Bank University (where she was the vice-chancellor’s scholarship holder), Sarah Marie has published her debut novel – about family, friendships and mental health.

 

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by Sarah Marie Graye

Genre: Contemporary Fiction/Women’s Fiction/Romance

Would your life unravel if someone you knew committed suicide? Theirs did.

Faye knows her heart still belongs to her first love, Jack. She also knows he might have moved on, but when she decides to track him down, nothing prepares her for the news that he’s taken his own life. Faye is left wondering how to move forward – and whether or not Jack’s best friend Ethan will let her down again.

And the news of Jack’s death ripples through the lives of her friends too. Abbie finds herself questioning her marriage, and wondering if she was right to leave her first love behind. Poor Olivia is juggling her job and her boyfriend with supporting her friends and trying to deal with a death of her own. And Jack’s death has hit Beth the hardest, even though she never knew him.

Is Beth about to take her own life too?

The Second Cup is an intense, slow-paced novel, where four friends take it in turns to tell the story of what happens after Jack’s suicide. The author has skillfully interwoven third-person flashbacks in amongst their voices to add a real richness and depth to this heart-wrenching story. This is dark chick-lit and intelligent women’s fiction at its best.

 

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Has the world gone batshit crazy?

A must-share! Please click through and read the comments! We’re all in this together! ❤

Jean's Writing

It seems that way. 

I haven’t slept much this week. Each night I’ve tossed and turned watching the clock as my mind raced. Often pain and discomfort that keep me awake but the last few nights this was not the case. No, the events of the past week rushed at my thoughts like a swarm of bees evicted from their hive.

This is a writing blog. But, is there anything more important to write about than what is happening around us?

In times of crisis as well as celebration, it is the arts that express our humanity. 

Painters put images on canvas, singers raise their voices in song, photographers capture the moment, and writers write. We write in newspapers, books and now the internet. We write to preserve, share, and inform.

Today I’m sharing. A memory that has stayed with me more so than any other from my young childhood.

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