Hey everyone! This blog post is a very special one, because it is not a review of someone else’s book, but information about my own! That’s right, I wrote a novel and it has officially been released today Friday the 13th. I wanted to thank all of my lovely followers, because your support has been so wonderful. Putting yourself and your writing out there is a very scary thing, and you guys have been nothing but lovely every step of the way. In fact, it was the support and encouragement from my followers here and on Instagram, that gave me the courage to put my book into the world, so thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I would really appreciate your continued support now, as my book goes on sale worldwide…if you could buy it, that would be amazing! If you read it, even better, and if you review it, well ten gold stars for you!! You are the bloggers and reviewers and social influencers, and your opinion means the world to me. It has got great reviews so far from some of the people who received ARCS, so grab a copy now and let me know what you think!! Buy your copy on Amazon now by clicking here!
About ‘Broken Mirrors’:
When Marie moves from Belfast to London, she envisions a fresh start and an escape from a broken home. Once there, she meets Malcolm Carter, a charming, handsome man who sweeps her off her feet and gives her a life she could only have imagined. But Malcolm isn’t all he seems; he’s a criminal, a mobster and a murderer. Detective Fraser Duncan knows what he is, and he’s determined to take him down, but things get more complex when a rival and brutal gang leader appears on the scene, setting his sights on Malcolm’s empire. When Marie chooses to stay with Malcolm, regardless of what he is and what he has done, she starts down a path from which she can never return, and now she has been taken, Detective Duncan and Malcolm must set their differences aside and join forces in a race against time to save the woman they love.
Broken Mirrors explores the fragility of our own sense of self and the moral code by which we live our lives and hold ourselves to account.