Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Holding Paradise - Fran Clark and Giveaway!

Cover Reveal (with giveaway)



Publishing 14th April 2014
On a grey and miserable morning in 2008, London businesswoman, Angelica Ford boards a plane and flies off to the blues and greens of her mother’s island in the Caribbean. Angelica is desperate. She is looking for a way to save her marriage and win back her daughter. A web of lies has torn a hole into her seemingly perfect world and she is convinced that only her mother, Josephine Dennis, can help her turn her life around.
Josephine Dennis arrived in England by ship on a cold winter’s morning as a young mother joining her husband. She weathers a lifetime of secrets and betrayal, as she raises her family in 1960s London. A matriarch with strong family values, she told her children colourful stories to guide them through life. It is the wisdom of one of these stories that Angelica seeks. Josephine has one last story to tell – the story that could change both of their lives.




About the Author





Fran Clark was born and currently lives in West London. Her first novel, Holding Paradise, is published in 2014 by Indigo Dreams Publishing. Fran is studying for a Creative Writing MA at Brunel University. A professional-singer songwriter and vocal coach, she recently released her second album of original songs. She is now working towards the completion of her second novel.
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Giveaway

To enter the giveaway of a copy of Holding Paradise, follow Fran Clark on Twitter @FranClarkAuthor and let her know in the comments below:

“What was your favourite story growing up and how did it change your life?”

For UK entrants the giveaway is a paperback copy and International entrants, an ecopy.  Don’t forget to leave your Twitter name and whether you are entering for UK or International.  The author will choose the overall winner after the closing date of 11th April 2014.







6 comments:

  1. My favourite stories growing up were the Narnia series. They taught me an optimism, which I still have today, that good will triumph over evil. (UK)

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  2. What a great sentiment and a good way to go through life, Pat. I do try but I think I'm too much of a worrier to be optimistic all the time. Luckily I'm married to someone who is a complete optimist so cancels out my negativity!

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  3. Sam, thank you for taking part in Fran's cover reveal today.

    Shaz

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  4. Thanks for doing the cover reveal for Holding Paradise, Samantha and I hope you can drop in on my online book launch party. Details are here http://franclark.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/party-time-holding-paradise-book-launch.html
    Fran :)

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  5. Thanks for the opportunity for the reveal!

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