Making It Home
In the run-up to the release of my third novel, Flying Free, you have the chance to sample my writing on Amazon Kindle with my two earlier novels, Family Matters and the one I’m featuring, Making it Home.
P.S. As you can see from the photograph, I have more published novels from which you can choose, including Flying Free, the one I was writing when I originally wrote this post. Ah, The wonders of modern technology that I can come back in the archives like this and update things. 🙂
If you prefer reading an actual book, Making It Home, is also available in paperback, but I’m afraid that’ll cost you the price of a cup of coffee and a cream cake.
Let me tell you a little about Making It Home:
Kate had a home, but her heart wasn’t in it … or in her marriage. So she left them both. Phillis had a home, and her heart was in it … but she wanted something more. So she shopped. Naomi had no home, and her heart was in cold storage … she didn’t know what she wanted. So she shopped. They found one another in a department store.
The problem with ‘retail therapy’: you can overdose.
As friendship grows between these three women, they help one another face up to their problems, realising along the way, that every heart needs a home and it takes more than a house to make one.
A contemporary novel about women who want more.
Some Reviews of Making It Home
has written a masterpiece, a book worthy of everyone’s bookshelf. I wouldn’t
be at all surprised to see it made into a movie — the characters are incredibly
real and the emotions evoked are profound.
back tears and, by the final page, I no longer fought them and let them flow. Move over Nicholas Sparks, you have new competition in Christine Campbell.
This woman writes from a heart of gold to the hearts and souls of us all.
If only I could give it ten stars ..
CJ Heck, Author