I’ve recently published D G Kaye’s review of this book and due to her praise and my intrigue, I couldn’t help myself and had to read it, too. I was not disappointed.
It is written with a great sense of humour and observational wit about the consequences of ageing in men and women. While the title is cleverly chosen and draws our attention, there is much more than humour to this story. It is honest and reflective as well as entertaining, it has more plot than you would have expected and makes you think about and care for the characters.
Unpredictable and avoiding unnecessary stereotypes this surprised me in many ways. There is a lot of funny scenes in this as well as some more serious notes. Hugely enjoyable, an easy and compelling read that is definitely recommended.
After going through the menopause Lyn finds that she no longer wants sex. This is unfortunate, as her husband Neil still does. When he discards her after 35 years of marriage like an old worn out shoe, Lyn moves to Cornwall to start a new life. However, new friends are hard to find, and she feels lonely.
On the spur of the moment she decides to join an online dating site, ‘MatchULike’, just for companionship. Amongst the peculiar people she meets is Peter; shy, and conscious that his ‘gentleman’s’ operation has rendered him an unattractive prospect in the marriage stakes. Lyn makes a friend of Peter, but when Neil gets to hear about the friendship he realises too late that there is more to a relationship than just sex, and he suddenly starts to appear back on the scene and wants to turn her life upside down all over again!
Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stevie-Turner/e/B00AV7YOTU/
If you would like to read even more about me (!), please check out Creative Director Ian’s interview at the excellent author site www.koobug.com below, and also my Amazon author page and other interviews given below. Thanks to all concerned for the interviews.
http://koobug.com/discover for Ian’s interview , Creative Director of www.Koobug.com
http://theunleashedreviewboard.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/mr-controversy-gains-greater-insight-into-june-author-spotlight-stevie-turner/ for The Review Board’s interview of me.
http://theopeningsentence.wordpress.com/2014/06/27/author-interview-stevie-turner/ for Indie author Chris Harrison’s interview of me.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stevie-Turner/e/B00AV7YOTU/ Stevie’s Amazon author page.
http://kindleninjareviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/welcome-to-episode-23-of-conversations.html KindleNinja’s interview of me.
http://www.bang2write.com/2014/11/5-reasons-to-write-novels-by-stevie-turner.html Thanks to Lucy V Hay of www.Bang2Write.com for this one.
Here’s one from April 2015 with Nonnie Jules, President of the Rave Reviews Book Club:
Thanks to Sacha Black for this one:
You can also find me on Book Goodies. Here’s their interview of me:
Thanks to Chris, the Story Reading Ape for featuring me on his WordPress blog:
Thanks to BookGoodies:
Thanks to Mercedes Fox for this one from January 2016 . Find out what I want to do to change the world!
My thanks go to Malcolm Archibald for this interview:
C.M Blackwood gets my thanks for this magazine interview:
Here’s the latest interview of me from Stephen Bentley on 20th October 2016: