Blogger’s Books: Lucinda E Clarke

Author and blogger Lucinda has a new book release on the 23rd of November, and I am very happy to feature it here today.

When Polly Won the Lottery

Polly London was found on the steps of a polyclinic in London when she was only a few hours old. She was approaching thirty when she received a text telling her she had won over £150 million in the national lottery.

A whole new world opened up, but would it change her for better or for worse?

How do you react to winning a fortune? Do you keep it a secret or shout from the rooftops?

Polly did both, with alarming consequences. From that moment, her life took two separate paths, but at every step of the way, she was unaware of a shadowy figure that followed her all over the world.

Who was he and what did he want?

This is a book with a difference, with an ending you’ll never expect!

One quote from a beta reader:- Words are exploding in my mind.

Intriguing, Confusing, brilliant, split personality, enjoyable.

Polly was a very real person I laughed and wept with her.

Please check out the Reader Beware warning at the beginning of the book! It will help you to decide how you would like to read it!

Here is an Amazon link.

And you can find out more about Lucinda and her writing here.

https://www.lucindaeclarke.com/

I like the sound of this one a lot, and I have just pre-ordered a Kindle copy at the bargain price of 99p. It is also available in paperback.

42 thoughts on “Blogger’s Books: Lucinda E Clarke

    1. It depends on the person, GP. Some writers blog, mainly to promote their books or ideas. Others, like me, become bloggers and then start to write longer stuff that they don’t always publish as books or novellas. 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. I feel a chitchat on the subject coming on! People jump to conclusions about money and who has it and what it is good for–a friend who is a psychologist is considered by some of our friends to be ‘probably wealthy’, but they don’t see that his one-room office in New York City cost an obscene US$40,000.00 for ONE YEAR, for an empty single room that could be a modest prison cell, maybe ten by twelve feet or less with access to a bathroom and waiting room shared by half a dozen other offices, some the actual size of a bathroom but still expensive for the people to rent. I didn’t make that much a year in my old five-day-a-week job with a lawyer! The virus made everybody eventually give up all those costly offices though since they found out no one wanted to attend in person anymore, so those landlords lost all that huge annual income.

        If I got vast money, millions or billions, I would buy up tons of land to preserve it, and give money to good groups that are doing beneficial things. I would also support friends who write etc. by buying their books and work and homemade jam and whathaveyou more.

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        1. If I had that money, my first task would be to fund a lifeboat. The Lifeboat Service in the UK is manned by volunteers, and they risk their lives for nothing, except a sense of duty. For a couple of million, I could buy and fund a lifeboat that could save many lives. After all, we live on an island, surrounded by sea.
          (And I don’t know how to swim!)
          Best wishes, Pete.

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          1. That’s a great idea (and so is learning to swim!) There are so many things that could be done with serious money. I have tremendous respect for Jeff Bezos’ exwife who gave away several BILLION dollars in the last few years to good-sounding groups. It’s sad that I can’t recall her name and have to look it up, after she did all these good things!

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              1. Same here. I heard he threw a little money around recklessly after getting back, and that it was perceivedf as reckless and a publicity attempt. Dunno the details, but I do respect MacKenzie Scott, who apparently married a science teacher this year after a couple of years of divorce from the other guy.

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    1. I see what the problem is. It worked for me before I added it to the blog, but because the book is not released until the 23rd, it says ‘Preview not available yet’. I get that when I try the link from my blog. Perhaps it changes when you publish it as a link? Not sure how that works, but the one in Lucinda’s email was the same link, and it worked from the email.

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