#BlogTour #GuestPost by @Annecdotist ‘What Would You Sacrifice to Secure Your Secrets’ #SugarandSnails @InspiredQuill #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to be a part of the blog tour for Anne Goodwin’s book, Sugar and Snails, and I have a guest post to share.

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What would you sacrifice to secure your secrets?

As a child, did you have a diary that locked with a tiny key? I loved mine, but I’m struck now by the paradox of securing my secrets with so flimsy a lock. 

Most of us have secrets, sides of ourselves we don’t readily share. Some are trivial. Others cut to the heart of who we are.

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#BookReview for #RBRT ~ Sugar and Snails by Anne Goodwin #LiteraryFiction @Annecdotist #FridayReads

25865437._SY475_Author: Anne Goodwin

Published: July 2015 by Inspired Quill

Category: Literary Fiction, Identity, Psychology


At fifteen, she made a life-changing decision. Thirty years on, it’s time to make another.

When Diana escaped her misfit childhood, she thought she’d chosen the easier path. But the past lingers on, etched beneath her skin, and life won’t be worth living if her secret gets out.

Diana Dodsworth is a psychology professor at Newcastle University. After a confused, unhappy childhood and making a decision in her mid teens that impacted on her in ways she didn’t expect, leaving her with a host of insecurities, she chooses now to live alone with her cat and tends generally not to get too involved with people. Privacy is very important to Diana and her past is something she keeps very much to herself. 

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