You will adore this heartwarming, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from bestelling author Christie Barlow! ‘Full of warmth, fun and feel-good factor’ Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde Welcome to the Little Rock marina – where hearts are healed and dreams are made… For the last two years Nell Andrews has been struggling to stay afloat. As
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Join Christie Barlow & Bella Osborne at Wordsley Library talking all things bookish on 23rd November at 6.30pm! An event not to be missed! Hope to see you there!
Come and meet bestselling author Christie Barlow and have your copy of THE COSY CANAL BOAT DREAM signed at New Editions, Coffee Morning at Tamworth Library on Tuesday 28th November 9am-12pm. Coffee, cake and books … what more can anyone want? See you there!
Why have a chat with one author when you can have a chat with three? ‘Mum’ website Mummysocial.com invited me onto their website, alongside Milly Johnson and Lucie Wheeler, to talk about summer holidays, children, and of course BOOKS. Thank you Mummysocial.com for inviting me onto your website alongside two
Remember ‘The Cosy Canal Boat Dream’ blog tour? Of course you do! I last updated you with day four of the blog tour – what fabulous reviews they were, thank you again to Star Crossed Reviews, and Shaz’s Book Blog! Day five of the blog tour saw a review from
Contrary to popular belief, authors aren’t dining with their fellow authors every single day, nor are they having coffee catch ups twice a week. Trust me. I’m lucky if I managed to have a coffee catch up with myself, let alone another human being! Seeing as it was publication day,
The Cosy Canal Boat Dream Blog Tour has reached its halfway house already! How is that possible? Day four of the blog tour saw reviews from Star Crossed Reviews and Shaz’s Book Blog. Thank you both for hosting my new book (and me) on your blogs as part of the
When ‘Women Writers, Women’s Books’ contacted me with the question ‘why do you write romance?’ for an article for their website, I had to stop and take a moment to think my answer through properly. Being a rom-com author, being asked why I write romance has got to be one
Thursday 24th August saw day three of my blog tour commence with reviews from Ali the Dragon Slayer, and My Chestnut Reading Tree. Being blown away by one fantastic review is one thing, but being blown away by TWO fantastic reviews is another thing entirely! I cannot believe the wonderful