I've been getting around this week.
- There's an interview at fab online magazine Beauty and Lace where you can learn what being a woman means to me!
- And there's also a bit of a spiel at Romance Book Haven about my journey to the publication of One Perfect Night.
Now for the Giveaway! One again I was approached by the awesome Simon and Schuster Australia to feature one of their newest releases - I O U by Helen Warner.
This book sounds like a whole load of fun, about two sisters and their mother all with deep secrets that they are determined to keep.
Amy has enjoyed a charmed life, shopping and lunching while the nanny looks after her children. Until her world is thrown into disarray when husband Ben's business collapses overnight, taking their house and savings with it. Suddenly Amy finds herself the breadwinner. Can she rise to the challenge? Will her marriage survive such an upheaval? Or is it a case of 'Till Debt Do Us Part'?
Kate has always had to struggle by, juggling her job with two children and a husband, though she wouldn't have it any other way. But her safe little world is rocked when she meets enigmatic Jack in a chance encounter. Feeling increasingly estranged from husband Miles, Kate wonders if Jack can offer her a fresh start. But there's something about Jack that Kate doesn't know...
Jennifer is only just beginning to recover from the death of her own husband. When Jennifer makes contact with old flame Hugh she unlocks a dangerous Pandora's box. She is desperate to find the answer to a question that has tormented her for decades. But will she be able to cope with the truth?
It sounds like a fun read and I can't wait to read the copy Simon & Schuster gave me. But the best part is, I have a beautiful hard cover copy for one lucky commenter!
When reading the blurb, I realised that many books I pick up lately are about women and their marital issues - whether I like the book or not, all depends on the way the author deals with this common theme. I'm looking forward to seeing how Helen Warner handles it!
And I'm curious, do you enjoy reading this kind of story about women and their dissatisfied lives??
To go in the running, please leave a comment by Friday midnight (Australian WST). I'll announce the winner on Saturday, please don't forget to come back and see if it's you!