My first memoir, It Rains In February, was self-published in October 2011 in paperback and as an e-book in November 2011. As an unknown author, I spent the following year promoting my book for several hours each day. By the end of the year, I had 75 Amazon reviews with an average rating of 4/5 stars. I had also achieved my goal of 50,000 people having a copy of my book which had risen into the top 100 bestsellers in the memoir category. In 2014, my book was a finalist in the Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards. I am currently writing my second memoir.
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“Your book was beautiful! My heart ached with you all the way! I cried so much that my head hearts! Lol. Thank you for sharing your journey….you are a beautiful soul. Love to you and your girls.” ~ Jannette
“Your book struck a personal cord with me. Thank you for making me see I am not the only one. Best wishes to you and your girls.” ~ Tabitha
“Brilliant writing. Heart rending subject. Emotions expressed superbly. Too sad! Loved your descriptions; ‘rain falling like sheets of glass…’, ‘syllables dropping at my feet…..’ and many, many more. Five stars!” ~ June
“I didn’t want your book to come to an end; yet, I did, as I knew it would be a new beginning for you. Your words, no matter what pain may lie behind them, are so beautifully strung together. I can’t thank you enough for pushing yourself to write your story, very REMARKABLE story, for so many to love and learn from.” ~ Allison
“Your book has every emotion possible. The love you have for Stuart is unconditional and not found often. I admire your strength as a women wife and mother. God bless you and your girls each day. Thanks for sharing your story!” ~ Bridgette
“Just read your book, couldn’t put it down. God bless you and your girls and for loving Stuart the way you did. I truly believe he is at peace. My best wishes to you all… you have touched a piece of my heart xx” ~ Lydia
“Have just finished your very moving and beautifully written memoir. I wish you and your daughters much happiness for the future. Thanks to you your girls will have good memories of their beloved father together with an understanding of his battle with depression.” ~ Nicola