That’s it for the year – work’s finally finished and I can’t wait for the holidays to start tomorrow. It’s been a year of extreme ups and downs – so many fantastic people have been lost along the way – but we owe it to them, and to ourselves, to celebrate life to the maximum: love your friends and families while you still can.
Here’s wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year!
I’ll be posting some snippets from my next book soon – this one’s for adults, rather than children, so keep your eyes peeled…
Don’t forget, if you’re lucky enough to be given any Amazon vouchers, my children/young adult books are available and longing to be read. There will be some special pricing in place just after Christmas, so check them out here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jill-Turner/e/B0142S490M/
Thank you for caring enough to follow me, have a happy time, relax, enjoy life and I’ll see you all again next year!
As you may have guessed from the header; I’ve got ‘flu. I suppose I should be grateful that it’s struck now rather than over Christmas, but I’m missing the last full week of school, meaning I feel guilty as well as ill.
So what, I hear you ask, has the ‘flu got to do with hedgehogs?
I’ve always liked hedgehogs: pretty, grunty, creatures that loudly trundle around my garden eating cat food I put down for them in preparation for the winter – can’t have them going into hibernation without full bellies, can I? I make sure there’s a large pile of leaves for them to curl up in safely and, ignoring the flea aspect, I think they’re really cute…
So, as I’m actually rather kind to them, why has one crawled into my sinus cavities?
Thank you @lurkingintheshadowshonestreviews
I admit I’m feeling a little emotional at the moment and – in case you’re wondering – I’ll tell you why: The Seelie Queen – the finale of The Seelie Princess Trilogy – is done, dusted, and has just been released! (Cue large cheers, gallons of wine, and a celebratory dance or two around the house!)
These books have been such a big part of my life for so long now; from original concept, to planning out what will happen, to getting it all down on paper, and finally, putting them into print, that now they are done a large part of me is sorry to say goodbye to Clary and Sam and their adventures.
So, to find out what happens to them both, get your copy here:
Plus, if you still haven’t read the first two books in the series, (and you should, they’re a great read for kids) you can get them here (alongside my other books):
Hint: If you think you’ll need five minutes peace at the end of a frenetic day, they’ll make fab Christmas Stocking fillers for your kids… 🙂