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This novel I’ve been telling you about. You can win one of three signed copies by taking part in a simple game at the TripFiction website.
TripFiction is a massive online library that categorises books according to their setting. So if you have a yen for the Fens or a penchant for Peru, you can find the books to take you there. Ever Rest scores for a number of locations – Nepal, obviously, and closer to home (my home) you’ll find London and the hills of Shropshire.
If you’ve read my travel memoir Not Quite Lost, you might recall Craven Arms, the Shropshire town that Dave and I became trapped in on a bleak winter afternoon. I transplanted the Craven Arms experience into Ever Rest and created Bonnet, the depressing, provincial town that makes two of the characters desperate to bust out and do something remarkable with their lives.
To enter the giveaway, hop over to Tripfiction.
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