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*Blog Tour* Another Day in Winter by Shari Low

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About the book

On a chilly morning in December… Forever friends Shauna and Lulu touch down at Glasgow Airport on a quest to find answers from the past.

George knows his time is nearing the end, but is it too late to come to terms with his two greatest regrets?

His Grandson Tom uncovers a betrayal that rocks his world as he finally tracks down the one that got away.

And single mum Chrissie is ready to force her love-life out of hibernation, but can anyone compare to the man who broke her heart?

After the success of the No1 best seller ONE DAY IN DECEMBER, comes the second unmissable read in Shari Low’s Winter Day trilogy.

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Guest Post

Someone once asked me what the best thing about being a writer was. I was tempted to throw out a glib answer about working in pyjamas in the vicinity of the biscuit tin (which is absolutely true), but I think my favourite aspect of the job is that you get to share your character’s emotional experiences. I’ve been married for twenty five years, but if I want to feel that first giddy flush of love? I just pour my heart into writing a fledgling relationship between two characters. If I want be carried away with Christmas gratitude and joy, I can write a big festive reunion scene. And if I want to feel like I’m a size 10 sex goddess, well, I can probably do that too. I’ll sit on the biscuit tin while I’m typing that one.

However, there is a downside to this level of emotional attachment.

The second instalment in my Winter Day series, Another Day In Winter, hits the e-shelves on October 2nd. The theme is the same as last year’s No1 best-seller, One Day In December – four lives, one day, a whole new future – but the characters are different, although a few familiar faces from previous novels do pop in and out.

Another Day in Winter follows the lives of George, Chrissie, Shauna and Tom on a chilly day in December.

Almost three years after facing a terrible loss, Shauna (one of my favourite characters from my first Aria novel The Story Of Our Life) touches down at Glasgow Airport on a quest to find answers from the past.

Meanwhile, across town, elderly patient, George knows his time is nearing the end, but is it too late to come to terms with his two greatest regrets?

His grandson Tom uncovers a betrayal that rocks his world as he finally tracks down the one that got away.

And single mum Chrissie is ready to force her love-life out of hibernation, but can anyone compare to the man who broke her heart?

There were so many ups, downs, love, laughter and loss in this novel that I was never quite sure if I’d end the day in a flush of happiness or with big tears splodging on to the keyboard as I wrote something that twisted my heart.

I hope that the readers will feel the same connection to these characters and that they’ll go on that journey with them too. I hope they’ll laugh, cry, cheer and root for every one of them. But most of all, I hope that the story will keep them engrossed from beginning to end, because it’s full of twists, turns and unpredictable moments. A bit like Christmas, life, and my relationship with the biscuit tin.

Low_Shari_400pxhAbout the author

Shari has written seventeen novels under her own name and pseudonyms Ronni Cooper, Millie Conway and Shari King, of which many have been published globally. She writes a weekly opinion column and Book Club page for the Daily Record. Shari lives with her husband and 2 teenage boys in Glasgow.

Follow Shari

Twitter handle: @sharilow

Facebook: @sharilowbooks

Website: http://www.sharilow.com

 

 

 

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