Monday, 3 August 2015

#Monday Moments with 'The Ghostly Father' by Sue Barnard

Hello! It's Monday again after a hectic week for me. 

To start off the day, I've got a great story to feature for my #Monday Moments. The Ghostly Father by Sue Barnard is one I can heartily recommend - I loved the read and I'm sure you will, too. I had no hesitation in giving it a 5 star review some time ago.

Actually, I can say that for all of Sue's books since I've read and reviewed them all. 

The Ghostly Father has a fantastically atmospheric cover, hasn't it?  Here's what the story is all about...

Romeo & Juliet - was this what really happened?

When Juliet Roberts is asked to make sense of an ancient Italian manuscript, she little suspects that she will find herself propelled into the midst of one of the greatest love stories of all time. But this is only the beginning. As more hidden secrets come to light, Juliet discovers that the tragic tale of her famous namesake might have had a very different outcome...

A favourite classic story with a major new twist.  

If you love the story of Romeo & Juliet but hate the ending, this is the book for you.

Buy details:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Ghostly-Father-Sue-Barnard-ebook/dp/B00IBZ96JC/


Sue was born in North Wales but has spent most of her life in and around Manchester. After graduating from Durham University, where she studied French and Italian, Sue got married then had a variety of office jobs before becoming a full-time parent. If she had her way, the phrase "non-working mother" would be banned from the English language.

Since then she has had a series of part-time jobs, including some work as a freelance copywriter. In parallel with this she took several courses in Creative Writing. Her writing achievements include winning the Writing Magazine New Subscribers Poetry Competition for 2013. 

Sue has a mind which is sufficiently warped as to be capable of compiling questions for BBC Radio 4's fiendishly difficult Round Britain Quiz. This once caused one of her sons to describe her as "professionally weird." The label has stuck.

In addition to working as an editor for Crooked Cat Publishing, Sue is the author of three novels: The Ghostly Father, Nice Girls Don't and The Unkindest Cut of All.

She is also very interested in Family History. Her own background is stranger than fiction; she'd write a book about it if she thought anybody would believe her.
Author of the award-nominated historical fantasy The Ghostly Father and the romantic intrigues Nice Girls Don't and The Unkindest Cut of All

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Thanks for coming today, Sue. Best wishes for success with all of your writing.

Slainthe! 


 

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