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Cover Reveal! A Wedding on Lily Pond Lane

Cover Reveal! A Wedding on Lily Pond Lane

I'm thrilled to reveal the beautiful cover of the next book in my bestselling, Lily Pond Lane series, A Wedding on Lily Pond Lane. It's a gorgeously uplifting, romantic and heartwarming read and I can't wait to share this story with you. It's out on March 26th but it's available to pre-order now, so grab your copy here.

But if you haven't read the previous book, Return to Lily Pond Lane, you may want to read that first. Both books can be read as standalones but you'll enjoy them far more if you read them in order. And if you haven't read any of my Lily Pond Lane series - where have you been? Teehee. Seriously though, you'll get a great deal of pleasure - not to mention a lot of reading - if you start at the very beginning with, The Cottage on Lily Pond Lane-Part One: New beginnings.

Here's the blurb for A Wedding on Lily Pond Lane.

A Wedding on Lily Pond Lane

The Angel Bell is ringing for Mia and Jet’s Big Day – but will the Wedding of the Year go without a hitch?

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Guest — Joan Williams
This was the first series I read so that's probably why it's my favourite! Lots of characters and twists. Love it xx❤
Monday, 06 September 2021 20:20
Guest — Emily Harvale
Thank you so much. I'm really pleased you enjoyed the series. My next book will be 'Christmas at Wynter House' and if you want to ... Read More
Saturday, 20 July 2019 16:25
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Cover Reveal! Christmas at Wynter House

Cover Reveal! Christmas at Wynter House

I'm absolutely thrilled to reveal the cover of Christmas at Wynter House! I think it's such a gorgeous cover and I had so much fun writing this book. The story is heartwarming, funny and festive and I can't wait to share this Christmas romance with you.

I'm especially excited because this is Book One in my new Wyntersleap series. But not only that, it's also interlinked with my upcoming Merriment Bay series too! That means several of the characters are in both series. You'll understand why when you start reading Christmas at Wynter House.

Don't worry, it won't be confusing. And ... to make it even more exciting, there'll be a map showing the villages of Wyntersleap and Merriment Bay so that you can see where everything is. It'll be on my website from 25th September - because that's the release date of Christmas at Wynter House but it's available to pre-order right now.

Here's what it's about:

Christmas at Wynter House

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Guest — Emily Harvale
Thank you so much. I'm delighted you loved it. Book 2, New Beginnings at Wynter House will be out in January 2020, and my Merrimen... Read More
Sunday, 01 December 2019 11:38
Guest — Helen dorcey
Absolutely loved this book and the references to merriment bay. Especially looking forward to learn more about the characters. Ano... Read More
Sunday, 01 December 2019 11:17
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Cover Reveal! Coming Home to Merriment Bay-Part One:A Reunion

Cover Reveal! Coming Home to Merriment Bay-Part One:A Reunion

I'm absolutely delighted to reveal the cover of Coming Home to Merriment Bay-Part One: A Reunion. It's such a stunningly gorgeous cover for what, I believe, is a wonderfully heartwarming, new series. The story is about love, loss, family and community, and having the strength to face whatever life throws at you and find happiness, come what may. I adore this story, especially as part of it is loosely based on something that happened to my grandmother. I can't wait to share it with you. And it's available to pre-order right now!

I'm especially excited because my Merriment Bay series is interconnected with my Wyntersleap series, which means that several of the characters are in both series. You'll understand why when you read book one of my Wyntersleap series, Christmas at Wynter House, which is available to pre-order now and is out on 25th September.

Don't worry, it won't be confusing. And ... to make it even more exciting, there'll be a map showing the villages of Wyntersleap and Merriment Bay so that you can see where everything is. It'll be on my website from 25th September - because that's the release date of Christmas at Wynter House.

Here's the blurb for Coming Home to Merriment Bay- Part One: A Reunion

Coming Home to Merriment Bay

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Two new series = lots of reading pleasure

Two new series = lots of reading pleasure

You may or may not be aware that I've got two new series out at the moment. Yes that's right - two. One is my Wyntersleap series, set (oddly enough) in the tiny village of Wyntersleap. The other is my Merriment Bay series, set (yep, you guessed it) in the seaside village of Merriment Bay.

'But why bring out two new series at the same time?' I hear you ask.

Believe me, I've been asking myself that question recently too. Trying to spread the word about one new book is hard enough these days; trying to spread it about one book, a four-part serial and then more books coming soon, is the stuff of madness. Probably just as well I'm a little bit crazy then, eh?

Let me try to explain why I've done this.

Basically, having finished my Lily Pond Lane series, I started writing the Merriment Bay serial and the Wyntersleap series at the end of last year (I always have separate books on the go. Don't ask me why) and intended to bring them out during 2019. But readers loved my Lily Pond Lane series so much that they asked for more books in that series. Now I could have ignored their requests and said, 'Nope. Sorry. That series ends with the Christmas 2018 book.' and simply got on with Merriment Bay. Instead, I listened to them and wrote another three books in the Lily Pond Lane series. That meant everything else I'd been working on, was delayed.

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Guest — Emily Harvale
Thank you so much for your lovely comment. I really appreciate it.
Monday, 08 June 2020 07:00
Guest — Nicky Fennings-mills
If enjoyed all the books on have written and meryment bay series and the other one , thank you for all the hard work you put in ... Read More
Sunday, 31 May 2020 12:41
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Christmas Giveaway

Christmas Giveaway

Can you believe there are only nine more sleeps until Christmas? That means only nine more chocolates are hidden behind the doors of my advent calendar. It also means that the slight panic I'm beginning to feel having realised that I still have some presents to buy, is only going to get worse. On the flip side, the excitement that's building, because I'm one of those people who absolutely loves Christmas, is going to intensify - and that's a good thing. No really, it is!

And speaking of presents ... and excitement, I'm giving away a little present on this blog. It's the one in the photo and it consists of a cute robin cushion, a box of scrummy choccies and a signed paperback of my new book, Bells and Bows on Mistletoe Row. A cushion, a book and chocolates - the perfect reading combination! Unfortunately, this particular giveaway is for UK residents only.

All you have to do for a chance to win this gift is to comment on this blog post and tell me your favourite Christmas tradition (but please don't worry if your comment doesn't appear right away. All comments have to come to me to be verified and that can take a little while. It will appear though. )

I was asked this question for a blog tour recently and I must confess I listed about ten things, because I simply couldn't decide on my favourite. So perhaps I should ask you to tell me just one of your favourite traditions. Hohoho! Is it decorating the tree? Making the Christmas cake and wishing while you stir? Finding the perfect Yule log for the fire? Opening one present on Christmas Eve? Or whatever. You get the picture, right?

This will close for entries at midnight on Monday 17th December and a winner will be selected at random and the name posted on this blog on Tuesday the 18th, so there's not much time. Sorry about that but I was busy running other competitions on Facebook, in my newsletter and in my reader group, and I completely lost track of time! I'll clearly be going on Santa's Naughty List. But hey, no change there.

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Sue Howton
My favourite tradition is making the Christmas cake and pudding from my grandma's recipe and having 14 family members for Christma... Read More
Wednesday, 01 September 2021 21:36
Guest — Emily Harvale
Thank you for sharing all your wonderful Christmas traditions. Some made me giggle and some brought a tear to my eye, but they we... Read More
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 08:00
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