I was walking my dog early this morning and she started playing with another dog. My heart froze as the other dog walker looked at me smiling and said: ‘we’re walking the same way, we can have a natter as they play.’ I’m generally bad at small talk… I’m awkward, I’m uncomfortable and I want it to stop. I’ll pretty much do anything to avoid it, in fact. But here’s the thing, this doesn’t mean I dislike people…
Beat The Rain is an unforgettable story of love and loss propelled by blockbuster twists.
I was deeply moved by Life, Slightly. A beautifully told story of love, forgiveness, and finding your way. The characters really shone and I couldn’t stop turning the pages.
Life, Slightly is compulsively readable like a thriller and beautifully written like a Sally Rooney novel, this is a story I won't soon forget. Heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time, this book is certainly going places!
Original and compelling, The Pursuit of Ordinary is perfectly paced and beautifully written.
Beat The Rain is a triumph in its narrative style... A kitchen sink drama for the 21st century. A unique love - or better, a 'fall out of love' story - set in the cracks of the grimy every day, this psychological thriller is a rollercoaster of a read.
Gripping storytelling from the very start. A wonderfully written debut from an author with a truly compelling insight into the human condition.