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Welcome Lizzie Koch, author of The Adventures of Katie Button

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Today, I welcome Crooked Cat author, Lizzie Koch! Her novel, The Adventures of Katie Button, is a humorous story about what befalls poor Katie as she goes about her daily business – and falls in love. But is he the one? 

If you enjoyed Bridget Jones, then you'll love Katie Button!

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What happens when your dreams collide with reality?

Katie Button doesn’t believe in soul mates. When charismatic Jack Masterson asks her out on a date, despite him being her new boss alongside his more aloof brother, James, she agrees.
But her romantic dreams about a dashing highwayman, heroic gladiator and Tudor lord are becoming more frequent. And, worryingly, they feel real. She remembers every detail, every touch, every kiss. Until she realises the man in her dreams is James.
But Katie doesn’t even like James. And what about Jack, who is whisking her away for sexy mini breaks in the here and now?

Welcome Shani Struthers, author of Eve: A Christmas Ghost Story!

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Today, I'm thrilled (literally!) to welcome bestselling author, Shani Struthers, who celebrates the release of her latest paranormal mystery, Eve: A Christmas Ghost Story. Chilling shenanigans in a village. The dead are still around. I'm off... ;-)

Welcome, Shani! 
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Thank you for hosting me on your blog! My new book, Eve: A Christmas Ghost Story launches today, 24th November, on Amazon and is the prequel to the popular Psychic Surveys series. Featuring two of the Psychic Surveys team – Theo Lawson and Vanessa Patterson – it’s set between 1899 and 1999 and is loosely inspired by a true event.

In my fictional re-telling, Theo and Ness are asked to investigate a town weighed down by the sorrow of what happened 100 years before… ~~~ Blurb:
What do you do when a whole town is haunted?
In 1899, in the North Yorkshire market town of Thorpe Morton, a tragedy occurred; 59 people died at the market hall whilst celebrating Christmas Eve, many of them children. One hundred years on and the sp…