I am very pleased to feature a new book by British blogger and writer, Liz Holland.
Here is her own short bio.
Elizabeth Holland is a keen writer of romance novels. She enjoys the escapism of picking up a book and transporting yourself into a new world. With her mind bursting with lots of different stories Elizabeth is exploring the world of self-publishing her novels.
The Balance Between Life and Death is Elizabeth’s first novella. Elizabeth suffers with anxiety. She wanted her first novella to focus on mental health (with a side helping of romance). This story is a reminder that you never know what someone else is going through.
This is her new book, self-published during lockdown.
Liz has also provided a synopsis for us.
“Nothing but our happiness should dictate what we do with our lives”
Prue Clemonte loves history. When Prue returns to Ivy Hatch after her grandmother’s death she has no idea just how much the village’s history is about to change her life. With endless secrets and ancient feuds Prue must uncover memories to discover the village’s history.
As Prue inherits The Vintage Bookshop of Memories she discovers a diary which details her mother’s thoughts, memories and secrets. The shop is like stepping in to her mother’s mind and Prue is determined to restore the shop. However, with a village full of people against her can Prue win them over and honour her mother’s memory, whilst trying to discover the truth about the past?
Prue won’t let a village full of people who hate her stop her from living her life and being happy. With the help of Elliot Harrington Prue is determined to win the village over and make herself a life back home in Ivy Hatch. However, she soon begins to realise that she’s lost herself in her quest for the truth. As Prue battles to find herself can she save the bookshop, whilst also stopping the village from ruining her life? There’s also Elliot Harrington, handsome and perfect and yet their relationship is doomed from the start.
If this sounds like something you would enjoy, then please use one of the following links to find out more, and to buy your own copy.
The links for different countries are below, I will also add a ‘relinks’ link which automatically directs people to their country.
My book is also available for free on Kindle Unlimited.
If you would like to read more about Liz on her blog, then here is a link to that.
Please take some time to welcome Liz to my blog. She is a long-term follower, and a great member of our community.