Advance Readers Required

nan nose best ad Hi guys!

I’m looking for 100 people who would like to receive a free copy of Nan Nose Best which is due for release on 25th June 2016. To be in with a chance to read this rip-roaring story before anyone else, simply complete the mini form below:

In return, all I ask is that you leave me an honest review of the book on Amazon on the release date of 25th June 2016. The link to do this will be given when you receive the story.

So what’s it about? 

‘Jade Greene is a 14-year-old girl who lives in a run-down council house on a sink estate with her workshy, thieving father, workaholic mother, diabetic sister and a Nan who is never in her own home in the old people’s paradise around the corner.

All Jade wants is a lock for her first ever diary to stop the bane of her life, (Chrissie, her sister,) from writing in it before she gets the chance. She only expects to be writing about mundane things like school and the latest argument between her parents, but an unfortunate incident involving the school’s smelliest boy and an elevator sparks off a chain of events that Jade could never have foreseen.

Her Nan, who regularly embarrasses her granddaughter on social media, gets wind of what has happened and writes an innocently meant post that immediately goes viral and changes the lives of more than one family.

Mix in an advertising campaign that is a surprise hit, a famous football team and the team’s billionaire manager and Jade’s life will never be the same again!’

 

4 thoughts on “Advance Readers Required

  1. Thank you for the compliment! I don’t really know about suggestions for aspiring writers other than to say it’s probably best to get your story down as it comes into your head, and when it’s all down, go back and revise it. If you use Word, you can put the text to speech button on and listen to how it sounds. You’ll find any over used/missing words, or misspelled words (they sound wrong as you listen), that way. Make sure you have it edited professionally if you plan on publishing. Re the blog: I’d start with a free WordPress – you can upgrade later if you want to. Good luck!

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  3. Fantastic blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?
    I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go
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  4. Thank you, Edwina,
    If you want to write then, presuming you are not a native English speaker, I would advise you to read as many books written in English as you can to get a feel for how the language flows, then try your hand at writing something. I work as a proofreader for students and a lot of them are ESOL, and our sentence structure differs from other languages. English is a tricky language, but practice makes perfect! Good luck!

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