I pre-ordered, so I’m reading it.
Launching a new book title is always an exciting time, fraught with possibilities of doom and failure. Kindred and Affinity is my eighth title, and I’m altogether too relaxed about it. The fact is that readers who like my books will probably try it, and those who don’t know my writing probably won’t. It’s a little more romance based than most of my books, but like the others, it has a bittersweet twist and is firmly based in the history of the time, which in this instance spans 1873 to around 1915.
The title is live today, so there is now a ‘look inside’ at http://mybook.to/KindredandAffinity, so you can see if it’s something you might like to read, and if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, it’s free.
It’s a tale inspired by snippets of family history that stuck in my mind from my childhood. It’s entirely fictional, but is…
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