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Chick lit dating novel FREE on Amazon today, Sunday 20 Nov

20 Nov

tsdsl-cover-nov-2016-blogHello everyone. I’m delighted that my Northampton-based chick-lit novel eBook ‘The Serial Dater’s Shopping List’ is FREE today. I hope you enjoy and if you do (or don’t and can say why) please do leave a review. It means SO much to us authors. Thank you.

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31 dates in 31 days – what could possibly go wrong? Isobel MacFarlane is a recently-turned-40 journalist who usually writes a technology column for a newspaper based in Northampton, England, but her somewhat-intimidating boss, William, has set her the task of meeting 31 men, via a local internet dating site, all within a month. Having an active, though fruitless, social life with her friend and ‘Health & Beauty’ colleague Donna, she knows what she wants in a man, so creates a shopping list of dos and don’ts, and starts ticking them off as she meets Mr Could Be Right Except For, Mr Not Bad, Mr Oh My Goodness and Mr Oh So Very Wrong.

Follow the ups (there are a few) and downs (there are many) of the dating process and intertwined with her experiences, get to know her colleague and family, including her niece Lola who, apart from being an amazing storyteller, can eat ambidextrously whilst wearing a Princess glove puppet on her right hand, and Baby, William’s non-too-healthy African Grey parrot.

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Download for free from http://mybook.to/SerialDater (this link goes to Amazon in your country)

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Posted by on November 20, 2016 in ebooks, novels, writing

 

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