Look what just landed on the doormat. How lovely and now I’m off to the garden with a cuppa and a ham and mustard cob to read through.
I’ve started a new job this week, and getting into the swing of it. The people are friendly and the hours still give me time to go the the gym. What a fantastic cover they’ve chosen. Is it bad to say you can’t wait to read your own book even if you know what’s in it:)) It’s dated the 28th July, so will be in the shops soon. Hope you enjoy it if you buy and read it.
24 thoughts on “Something Special”
Massive congratulations, Susan! This is a great achievement.
Thank you, Sally, it is quite exciting.
Congratulations, Susan! Well done. I’ll watch out for it.
Thanks, Keith, hope you enjoy it if you read it.
Very proud of you big sis always
Ditto, little Sis. Great that you’ve popped on the blog. Talk soon. xx
Fabulous xx well done xx
Thank you Suzanne and great to see you on the blog.
Great cover, Susan. You must be very proud x
I am really proud, Wendy, thank you.
Well done, Susan, you have every right to be proud! I will definitely look out for it in the shops!
Thanks, Helen, it should be out in the next couple of weeks.
Yay congratulations! I’ll be keeping an eye out for that in the shops 🙂 And congratulations on the new job too 🙂 xx
Thanks, Teresa. Years ago, I thought if ever I became a pocket novelist for My Weekly or People’s Friend I’d be a proper writer. So here I am:)) It’s a nice feeling and I do love the cover.
Many congratulations on the book and the job, Suzy – enjoy your success! Will look out for the pocket novel.
Thank you, Rosemary.
Congratulations, Suzy! I don’t see anything wrong in being eager to read it.
That’s alright then 😊
Brilliant, Susan, well done!
Am I right in thinking this is based on, or inspired by, your Redington stories? I’ll look out for it.
Absolutely right, Linda. Those characters get around don’t they? 😉
Nothing wrong with being eager to read your own stuff. Take the time to be proud! Incidentally, I met another Pocket Novelist yesterday, who told me he resold his little books to a charity that publishes titles in large print, and they only want pre-published stuff. Foolishly I didn’t get the name of the company. Sorry: this probably isn’t any help at all!
Hi, Julia. That’s alright, I’ve been in contact with someone who wanted to read the whole thing, so I’m sure that’s the one you mean.
I know this is late -I was away when this was first published so I must have missed it – but HUGE congratulations on becoming a published Pocket novelist! Great news. I shall look out for it in the shops. 🙂 🙂 xx
Thanks, Jan. Yes, a real treat to get my Norfolk stories out this year as a pocket novel. And just as exciting to get Hats off to Love accepted in the same year, even though it’s not the original one. That will still be sent out though and I have hopes for it one day. Thanks for your good wishes Jan, and fingers crossed for yours as well. xx