Read a @Bookouture a Day: Angela Marsons Pt 2 – The Emotional Ones – Hankies optional (@WriteAngie)

Yes. You read that right. The emotional ones. Because before there was Kim Stone there was ‘Sensitive Angie’, or, depending on your point of view, ‘Evil Angie’, as a bit like Kelly Rimmer this woman made me cry. In public.

Earlier this year, Bookouture re-released two previously self-published titles, ‘The Forgotten Woman’ and ‘Dear Mother.’ Here I take a look back at these two very different and yet highly emotional tales.

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Read a @Bookouture a Day: Angela Marsons Pt 1 – The Kim Stone Ones (@WriteAngie)

Very hard to believe it, but today marks 6 whole months since I first decided to give this blogging thing a whirl. And what a six months it has been. I’ve met some really great people, both authors and bloggers and both literally and figuratively, and I’ve had the amazing opportunity to read some of the best books out there. Out of pure curiosity, I thought I’d take a look back at my very first post on the blog, a post which just happened to be a review for a book by one of my favourite authors – Angela Marsons. So what better way to celebrate my  halfiversary, than to look back at my reviews of some of Angela Marsons’ diverse range of books.

In the first of two posts, I take a look back at probably her best known books, featuring her most iconic creation, Kim Stone.

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