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Promo post: Follow Me Home, It Is The Demon In Me, Hitting the Black Wall and Snap, Crackle and Pop @WallacePublish

A funny, witty chick lit novel that gives Bridget Jones's Diary a run for its money. Follow Me Home is a thoroughly compelling and enjoyable read.
WORLDWIDE, 27th March 2015 – Wallace Publishing announces the release of Follow Me Home, the debut contemporary women's fiction novel by talented author and photographer Jen Benjamin of Drummond, Oklahoma on 27th March 2015. Follow Me Home is a great feel-good book that will be particularly enjoyed by young women and fans of romantic comedies.
"I had fun writing Follow Me Home and I wrote it with the goal of creating a fun read. I think women can relate to Katie and I hope people will be encouraged by her story. We are all a little too hard on ourselves, just like Katie. When life throws us plot twists, sometimes we just need to laugh and go with it." - Jen Benjamin

Set in modern day LA, Follow Me Home tells the story of Katie Kendall, a best-selling author who has moved to California while her novel gets made into a movie.  She thinks this will be the happiest time of her life until her husband serves up divorce papers, the paparazzi romantically link her to the male lead of her film, and she realizes she's all alone in a city that's miles from home. Can the high flyers of Hollywood keep her spirits up and could the paparazzi be right about that leading actor?

Jen Benjamin is a newspaper writer who enjoys writing fiction when she takes a break from writing facts. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband, daughter and various furry creatures. When she isn’t writing, Jen enjoys photography, reading, and playing the violin. She used to play the violin for church and various other events, but now just plays for herself.

Jen Benjamin can be found on Facebook here:
and on Twitter here: @authorjenbenjam

An interesting, fun and thoroughly enjoyable urban fantasy novel that will keep you coming back for more.
WORLDWIDE, 24th April 2015 – Wallace Publishing announces the release of It Is The Demon In Me, the debut urban fantasy novel by talented author Kate Trinity of Cleveland, UK on 24th April 2015. It Is The Demon In Me is an intriguing, fun and entertaining book that will be particularly enjoyed by young adults and fans of urban fantasy alike.
"'Deanna became so much more than I originally intended, and grew on the page to become something even I hadn't imagined when I began." - K.T. 

Set in modern day America, It Is The Demon In Me tells the story of Deanna, a young teenage girl. Born a witch, she has always known she has powers but not the extent of them. Her parents and their coven have bound her abilities to keep her safe from the demons that want to find her. But as her powers grow, the bindings weaken and they are found.
She must be unbound quickly as only she has the power to fight off the demons.
But what she discovers now changes everything.
Her place in this world is not as she thought.
The time has come to make a decision and the lives of her family and their coven rest on it. 
Kate Trinity has visited 11 countries, has 2 degrees, and has a love of animals as well as all things supernatural. When Kate isn’t writing she’s baking, and loves to decorate cakes in unusual ways. She was brought up around steam trains, as her father was an engine driver. Her mother meanwhile, was a nurse in St. Luke’s. The eldest of five siblings and with 2 children of her own, her family is a large one. After the break-up of her marriage and becoming unwell, Kate began to write and never stopped. Her world is filled with gods and demons, monsters and fae. 

Kate Trinity’s blog is here:
She is not on facebook but is on Twitter  - @KateTrinity

Hitting the Black Wall by Paul Scott-Bates is an atmospheric and compelling collection of poems, providing an insight into the struggles of depression and the darker sides of life.
Worldwide, 21st July 2016 – Wallace Publishing announces the release of Hitting the Black Wall, the powerful and darkly insightful poetry collection by author Paul Scott-Bates.
Paul Scott-Bates was born under a claret sky in Burnley, Lancashire. He witnessed the Glam Rock pop-stars of the 1970s and the New Romantics of the early 1980s, and had notions of joining some of his heroes in later life. However, the realisation dawned on him that his inability to play a musical instrument might be a hindrance to his dream. So instead, his fledgling lyrical attempts slowly evolved into poetry. With no subject considered taboo, his mood can lurch from the darkest depths to the light airy notions of love and peace.
After years of wandering the emotional wilderness, Paul, now married to his soul mate and the father of four children, has found his true calling. Paul currently resides in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire, where he leads the good life and is co-founder and Chair for a local Community Group. He also writes for, and features in, several music publications and his own popular blog site.
Hitting the Black Wall is a dark and thought-provoking collection of poems, inspired by Paul’s battle with depression and often written at the more sombre times in his life. Despite this, the book still provides light relief in places and often proves inspirational.

Paul Scott-Bates is on Facebook:
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Date: 21/04/16
Contact: Wallace Publishing,
A warm, funny novel that is all about real life and how we negotiate our way through tricky situations. Snap, Crackle and Pop is a thoroughly compelling and enjoyable read.
WORLDWIDE, 21st April 2016 – Wallace Publishing announces the release of Snap, Crackle and Pop, the debut contemporary women's fiction novel by talented author Carol Kearney of Mexborough, UK on 21st April 2016. Snap, Crackle and Pop  is a funny, unique and compelling book that will be particularly enjoyed by women and fans of humorous fiction alike.
"Carol Kearney has Funny in her DNA, plus a big warm heart with a personality to match which all shine through in her writing. She lives her life by the law according to Sod - if something can go wrong, it will go wrong for her but somehow she always comes out smiling with the ability to make others smile too." -Julie Rutterford

Snap, Crackle and Pop introduces us to Cathy, a 54 year old woman who has everything her heart desires. A big house, a new car and a husband who adores her. But what does Cathy do when the life she knows and loves is destroyed in eight minutes?
Thrown into turmoil, Cathy has no choice but to go back home and live with her elderly parents, Stan and Joan. She soon finds herself back in her old bedroom that still has a poster of Donny Osmond on the wall and a glitter ball from the 70’s hanging from the ceiling.
How will Cathy survive and how will she cope with her mother’s advice of, ‘Cheer up Cathy, the worst is yet to come'?
Carol Kearney attended two Arvon script writing courses and also went to two courses at Tilton House, which were run by Nicola Larder (Tiger Aspect) and author Eleanor Moran. Carol lives in South Yorkshire with her husband Harry and their daughter, who is a midwife

Twitter is @WallacePublish 

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