It's official. I have the strength and will power of a strand of very over-cooked pasta. Only hours after vowing to go, 'cold turkey' on my Kindle addiction I just happened to be browsing my favourite authors, (a quiet spell in the library), and realised that' The Nothing Girl' was available. It must have been the fastest, 'one click' order in Amazon's history.
My name is Sheryl and I am an Amazon addict......
To add insult to injury I then read The Nothing Girl as soon as I got home, instead of doing my year end accounts....... Like I said, no will power!
The guilt and shame are totally worth it though: I loved The Nothing Girl! I was a little perplexed about the nature of the heroine's life debilitating illness at first but, after a while it became irrelevant anyway, (and all was explained in the end).
I very rarely cry at written text but parts of this book made me put down my Kindle and howl. A testament to your excellent descriptive skills,Jodi.
Please do not be publishing any more books until the end of next month, Jodi, when my wages hit my dessicated bank account and I can, 'one click' with a fairly clear conscience. On the other hand, if it's the fourth St Mary's ..... well, surely that's what emergency funds are for??