Book Launch


Last night I attended Elizabeth Haynes Book Launch for her 2nd novel Revenge Of The Tide

We’re all so proud of Elizabeth. Even only a few days ago we learnt that Amanda Ross has publicly announced that Into The Darkest Corner (Elizabeths brilliant debut) is one of the 4 books she recommends you must read this year! So what with that and being voted as Amazons Book of the Year 2011 and the The TV Book Club Elizabeth is hot stuff at the moment (and long may it continue!!!!).

I met Elizabeth through a writing group (just as she was getting a book deal for the first book) and she has been a wealth of information. Always eager to encourage and share information with those of us who aspire to be where she is now ;)

I went to the last launch (in Central London) with the ladies from the writing group, but this time, as it’s more local, hubby came with me. We read Elizabeth’s first book simultaneously (I bought 2 copies) so no doubt we’ll be doing the same with this new one.

The launch went really well. I got to meet up with the ladies from the Mermaids Writing Group and the lovely Maidstone Writers were all there. Plus, I met a BookCrosser from Essex who I’d corresponded with through email and it looks like I’ll be going to Colchester at some stage :)

So, if you’re reading this Elizabeth….CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! it really is much deserved. I wish you luck and success for the future, and can’t wait to be invited to the opening of “The Shed” lol :)

Elizabeth looking stunning with her pole dancing cake :)

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Yesterday’s prompt about the fog turned from a creepy tale of a woman breaking down in her car on an empty fogged road, to a romance, where along came a knight in silver armour….awwwww, perhaps happy endings aren’t so bad after all ;) Today’s prompt is write about your fathers eyes. Oooo, errrr, that’s a bit close for comfort….I didn’t even meet mine til I was 26! Lol

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8 thoughts on “Book Launch

  1. Excellent article, Vikki. It was a great event and so well attended. We could hardly move because the place was packed!

    I must say that I feel privileged to be a member of the Maidstone Writers Group; such a lovely bunch of people, and I echo everything you’ve said about Elizabeth. She’s helpful, friendly and really puts herself out to support the rest of us. Her success is very well-deserved. Long may it continue.

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  2. Couldn’t agree more, Vikki. Elizabeth is, of course, wonderful, and deserves all the success she is getting. It was a fun evening.

    Anyone reading this who hasn’t read Elizabeth’s books should give them a try. You won’t be disappointed.

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