Guest blog: Author Jenni Keer

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Welcome, JenniKeer

Can I offer you a drink? Tea? Wine?

Hi, Suzan. Thank you so much for having me. Just a low-fat decaf wine please 🙂 – I’m trying to be healthy.

Can you tell me a little about yourself? (inc if you use a pen name and why)

I write under my own name, Jenni Keer, and I live on the Norfolk/Suffolk border with my husband, four teenage boys and four cats. I had my boys in three years – with a buy one, get one free at the end. It’s certainly a busy household. Two fun facts: I have a blind cat called Seymour (should have been see less!), and I’m part of a disco formation dance team.

What is the title and genre of your next book? And when is it out?

The Secrets of Hawthorn Place is out in paperback and ebook on 14th

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Lucy Baker Shortlisting

A quick newsy-type update as I skip around the living room, to say that The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker has been shortlisted for the Katie Fforde Debut Romantic Novel Award in next month's annual RONAs. To say I'm delighted would be an understatement. When I look at all the other nominees in the … Continue reading Lucy Baker Shortlisting

Sophie Kinsella and RNA Winter Party

Oopsie daisy. I've been neglecting you all and haven't updated the blog for eons. In my defence, I've been super busy, pulling together book 3 and working with THE most wonderful literary agent on the planet, Louise Buckley, to amp up the drama, iron out the creases and make it the very best it can … Continue reading Sophie Kinsella and RNA Winter Party

‘Victory For The East End Angels’ by Rosie Hendry

Publication day for a very special friend of mine.
Congratulations Rosie. An excellent series.

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Victory for the East End Angels by [Hendry, Rosie]Synopsis

The war is almost over – and it’s up to the East End Angels to keep the home fires burning!

Frankie‘s fiance, a doctor, is away looking after the troops in Europe – will he return safely home?

Winnie has a happy secret – but can she carry on at Station 75 when she’s going to have a baby?

Bella is intrigued by her new friend, a Polish airman.

As the war ends and victory is in sight, what next for the girls of Station 75?

My Review

I have had the distinct pleasure of reading and reviewing the whole of the East End Angels series.  I have loved each and every book in the series.  The last book in the series is ‘Victory For The East End Angels’ and it is due for release on 25th July 2019.  I was lucky to have sight of an early…

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A Shout Out to all the Book Bloggers IN THE WORLD!

Book bloggers are the best people on the entire planet. *fact* This incredible group of people give up their spare time to read and review a myriad of books (which, considering it takes several hours to read a book, is a phenomenal undertaking) AND THEY DO IT ALL FOR FREE! I, for one, am in … Continue reading A Shout Out to all the Book Bloggers IN THE WORLD!