#Tourrecap #Sept2020 Gold by Gillian Godden @GGodden @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours

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 Gold by Gillian Godden

Synopsis:

Half Jewish, half Irish Ralph Goldstein dreams of a better life.  Trapped in a loveless marriage he soon realises his expert knowledge in explosives and gun-running could provide the life he craves …

Julie a hot-tempered young woman from Liverpool is determined to leave her catastrophic life behind her … her fight for survival and protection of her younger sister will stop at nothing … even murder … 

When Julie and Ralph meet it could be the best thing that ever happened .. or the worst .. will hell have no mercy … 

Apart they are ruthless .. Together they are merciless

Author Bio and Image:

My name is Gillian Godden an Indie author and a full-time NHS Keyworker at a local inner-city medical centre in East Hull, East Yorkshire, England. My patients come from all sectors of society and no two days are ever the same. My duty of care is to my patients and during the recent pandemic, a lot of frightened and lonely people have relied upon us at the medical centre to offer guidance and support. This year is the 72nd anniversary of the NHS and we do everything we can to support outpatients when they need us.

When I come home I like to wind down and writing is my escape from the mental stresses of my day. My job is not a 9 to 5 job and I work to support my patients when they need me so my days can be long.
The medical team at the surgery work together to support all our patients during their time of worry and need.

On a more personal note, I grew up in a large family and am the youngest of 7 siblings. Over the years we have lost touch as life moves on. I lived in London for over 30 years and during this time I worked in various London stripper pubs and venues. I have a grown-up son who now lives and works in London as a haematology lab technician. He has been working on the COVID 19 testing and this has been a worrying time for us as a family.

Once he left for University 5 years ago I had more time on my hands I was encouraged to write a short story by a local library book competition. First prize was a P&O cruise and 2nd prize was £50, I lost to a pigeon fancier and an addicted crocheter.

My NHS colleagues supported my writing and encouraged me to continue to write, however being a little green and naive I went with a Vanity publisher, much to my cost. This experience did give me a platform to showcase my first book Francesca on Amazon and in the online book clubs. I was totally overwhelmed by the response and people messaged me via social media wanting to know more about the characters and how Tony Lambrianu grew up and became so successful in the London Gangland crime world.

To answer their questions I went backwards in time and wrote Dangerous games and Nasty business. These also were successfully received by my now increasing readership, so in order to complete the series, I wrote Dirty Dealings.

My readers are still interested in the characters throughout my books and asked for more information on the lives of Julie and Ralph Gold, so as I do everything I can to support my patients in my NHS job I wanted to do the same for my readers, so I am now writing Gold, the story of Julie and Ralph. Although this is standalone book readers who have read all my other books will soon be able to find out more about Julie and Ralphs life and how they met.

Buy Link: 

https://amzn.to/3i8iUBA

Schedule:

DateFeatureBlog NameHandle
28th SeptReviewLouise Neville@nevillelouise
29th SeptReviewBooks ’n’ Banter@AngiPlant
30th SeptExcerpteBookAddicts@ebookaddictsuk
30th SeptReviewBook Loving Science Teacher@booklovingscienceteacher
1st OctReviewThe Book Reader@the_b00kreader
2nd OctExcerptB for Book Review@BookreviewB
3rd OctReviewRajiv’s Reviews@rajivsreviews
4th OctReviewDaisy Says@daisyhollands

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