The paperbacks of Sweet Jasmine Stakes and Magic have arrived hurrah!!!
Right, I’m all set for the launch, just need to bake all the cupcakes now. Although I’m not actually baking them myself, my very talented cousin Theresa will be conjuring up those beauties. I will be chatting in the kitchen and licking the spoon.
Honestly, her cakes are incredible, and I am certain that my fans will be charmed by their lightness, texture and presentation.
I will post pictures of them for the blog once they’re complete!
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Come and say ciao at the book launch of my latest novel Sweet Jasmine’s Stakes and Magic. The event is being held at The Littledown Centre, November 3rd, 2013, 1pm.
It promises to be a magical affair, with delicious cakes and tea, book readings from Stakes and Magic, and of course my fans are able to meet me and receive their signed copy.
The launch is in association with Julia’s House Children’s Hospice, and my prize draw along with entrance by donation, will indeed raise money for the worthy charity.
I’m really looking forward to seeing my fans, who have patiently awaited for the sexy, scrumptious, supernatural sequel.
I’ve been offering out flyers to my customers who I teach group exercise to, and some who aren’t aware that I’m a writer, were really quite pleasantly surprised! In addition my Kindle sales have gone up, which is extremely inspiring!
Next Friday at 12pm listen to me on Hot Radio, where I’ll be talking about the event and of course my journey so far. Plus, I’m being interviewed next week for Dorset Society. Exciting times!
See you at my event!
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The book launch of Sweet Jasmine Stakes and Magic will be held at The Littledown Centre, November 3rd, 2013, from 1pm-3pm.
The launch is in association with Julia’s House Children’s Hospice, and copies of the book will be available for purchase.
Meet me Catherine Sabatina, enjoy a lovely English tea party, mingle with friends, have a go at the prize draw, and try your luck with our cake auction. The cakes will actually be made by your favourite exercise teachers who work at Littleown!
I’ll also be talking about how I did it! My battle with dyslexia, and talented Shakespearean actress Dani Bright, will be reading an extract from the new novel.
Entrance by donation.
See you soon
After Dani read an extract from my book, ‘Chloe with Two Dots’ my book was available to purchase and a room full of people came bounding over to my table, waving ten pound notes in the air eager to buy it. Apparently I looked like Bambi caught in head lights as they all came towards me. Thank goodness my cousin Carly was there to take charge and organised everyone into single file. People were asking me to sign their book which I was happy to do, but due to my dyslexia I felt stressed when people asked me to make it out to a name. Luckily the room knew that I was dyslexic because I told them during a speech I made before the book reading, so people spoke slowly to me when they told me how to spell the name/names.
People found it quite incredible and inspiring that I was able to write a book with dyslexia. I was pleased to hear this and I hope that my dyslexia does inspire people and helps them to believe in themselves.
Anyway back to the line of people. It’s a funny sensation when your own father has to join a line to actually get to speak to his daughter! He lined up three times I think! But to be fair he loved it he was very proud of his little girl.
My dad is seventy and comes from
London. I’m recording his memoirs at the moment because once I’ve finished my sequel to Sweet Jasmine I’m going to write a book about his life. He’s extremely interesting, funny and has some amazing stories to share. He is also dyslexic.
A picture of my dad, my step sister Kirsty and I.