First things first: Lynne, thank you so much for offering me a slot on your blog. As a fairly new and self-published writer, I need all the help I can get spreading the word about my books.
Since you’ve given me license to shamelessly promote my work, today I’d like to tell your friends and followers (Hello friends and followers of Lynne!) about my book Postcard From Paris. As the title so obviously implies, the story takes place in Paris. My mother took me to Paris for the first time when I was five years old. I’ve been irrevocably in love with the city ever since that first visit. The architecture, the history, the ever-present air of romance, not to mention the food, never fails to thrill and enthrall me. Paris is entirely to blame/credit for Postcard From Paris.
Postcard From Paris was the first full-length novel I wrote. Soon after I finished it, I started working on Love By Chance and One Little Lie. They’re all complete stand-alone stories but they share a theme: finding out what you want in life and working up the courage to try and make it happen. Oh, and there’s romance too.
Here is a little more information about “Postcard from Paris“
The main character in the story, Boston born and bred Poppy Parker, gets thrown for a loop when the promotion she has been promised for two years is given to someone else. Meanwhile, her fiancé accepts a job offer in Hong Kong without consulting her and postpones their wedding. So when she finds a postcard from Paris with a message written by an aunt she didn’t know existed, she can’t think of a reason to not book a seat on the next flight to France. Poppy has worn the dutiful daughter and supportive sister hat for as long as she can remember, the loyal employee hat for her entire professional career, and the patient fiancée hat since she started dating the man she is supposed to marry, a man who is already married to his job. It’s time for her to try some new hats on for size. In the process, she uncovers long-buried family secrets and a chance at true love if she is brave enough to take it.
If you’d like to read Postcard From Paris, it will be available to purchase at discount for $/£ 0.99 on most online vendor sites, including Amazon, B&N, Apple, and Kobo. Here’s the link that will take you to a list of vendors: https://books2read.com/PostcardFromParis
Of course, if you’d rather take a trip to an idyllic Greek island with Emily Eden, you can find her here: https://books2read.com/LoveByChance and if experiencing a slice of expat life in Singapore takes your fancy, join Millie Morgan: https://books2read.com/OneLittleLie
Holly Willow has lived her life on the move since her early childhood. She grew up in stables in the Middle East and South East Asia, surrounded by horses, philandering polo players, and wonderfully oversharing expatriate housewives. Currently, she’s bouncing around Europe. Growing up, if she wasn’t on horseback, she had her nose in a book. Characters in novels were her best friends. And ultimately she started creating her own.