The Things I Know by @MrsAmandaProwse #ContemporaryFiction ~ These are the things I know…  #TuesdayBookBlog

Author: Amanda Prowse

Performed by Amanda Prowse

Published: June 2019 by Brilliance Audio

Category: Contemporary Fiction, Romance, Audiobook, Book Review

These are the things I know… 

I know my name is Thomasina ‘Hitch’ Waycott

I know I’m not like everyone else.

I know I was born a little bit different, like someone held the instructions upside down or lost a part when they opened the box.

I also know that words are powerful things and they have weight.

I know certain words have sat in my stomach for as long as I can remember and weigh so much that when I’m in a crowd or I meet someone new they pull my shoulders down and make my head hang forward so I can only look at the floor.

Although Thomasina (aka Hitch) Waycott loves her parents, her younger brother, her chickens, her dog, and enjoys working on the family farm, she feels life is passing her by.

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Perfect Daughter by @MrsAmandaProwse ~ Contemporary Family Drama #BookReview #FridayReads

Author: Amanda Prowse

Published: July 2015 by Head of Zeus

Category: Family Drama, Contemporary Fiction, Book Review

Once upon a time, Jacks Morgan had dreams.

She would have a career and travel the world. She would own a house on the beach, and spend long nights with her boyfriend strolling under the stars.

But life had other ideas. First Martha came along, then Jonty. Then her mother moved in, and now their little terrace is bursting at the seams.

Jacks gave up on her dreams to look after her family. If only, just for once, her family would look after her…

Jacks Davies’ life hasn’t turned out the way she’d envisaged.

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Three-and-a-Half Heartbeats by @MrsAmandaProwse ~ Family #Drama Contemporary #Fiction #TuesdayBookBlog

Author: Amanda Prowse

Published: September 2015 by Head of Zeus

Category: Family Drama, Contemporary Fiction, Loss, Grief, Book Review

Grace and Tom Penderford had a strong marriage, a comfortable home in the Hertfordshire countryside, and a healthy baby girl. They were happy. They were normal.

This is much more than just a story of a family devastated by loss, it’s a wake up call about a common and potentially life threatening disease. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the Sepsis Trust.

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