The Kindle of A SLICE OF THE SEVENTIES is FREE on Amazon today, 26th June until the 28th June

A Slice of the Seventies is the first book in the Mug trilogy. It tells the story of Jersey-born Mug, a troubled girl from a recently broken home. It covers her experiences as a teenager at the Isle of Wight Music Festival in 1970, the same year she follows a guru. The book tracks her tumultuous four years as an art student in Coventry, where vegetarian Mug finds herself living next door to an abattoir and a railway shunting yard with David, a fellow art student. Dramatic events follow on from the evening they first meet at a party, where David is attempting to commit an extremely public suicide.

Whether you were around in that decade or not, you’re bound to enjoy this nostalgic Slice of the Seventies. This loosely autobiographical book can be read as a standalone, without having to read the other two books in the trilogy, The Lying Scotsman, and Straws.

http://amzn.to/2tIIV1s for the UK Kindle edition.
http://amzn.to/297MAdY for the USA Kindle edition.
http://amzn.to/29osS0l for the UK paperback edition.
http://amzn.to/297Mdjm for the USA paperback edition.

All ten of my Kindle editions are £0.99 or equivalent currencies on Amazon and are always free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers. The paperback versions won’t break the bank either. If you enjoy audiobooks, two of my books, The Hostile and Her demonic Angel, are available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes as audiobooks. Audiobook editions of Holiday for The Hostile, and The Hostile Game will be available on the same sites in the next few weeks.

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