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  1. Shoreham Art Gallery

    I’d love to welcome you to Shoreham Gallery, Shoreham by Sea, for the public launch of my book If You Loved Me – a story of love, loss and a cat called Leonardo.

    I’ll be on hand to answer questions about the book and sign your copy.

    Dates for your diary are Saturday 21 August and Saturday 28 August from 11am – 2pm.

    Shoreham Gallery is located on Brunswick Road in the centre of town and is just across the road from the train station.

  2. Monets Shadow

    For just one day: 5 August, I’m offering the ebook version of Monet’s Shadow at the giveaway price of 99p/99c.

    It will be available in Amazon, Kobo and Barnes & Noble.

    Don’t miss this chance of an enthralling read.

    Grab your bargain copy on 5 August.

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    At a time when many of us long to travel, my latest book If You Loved Me – a story of love, loss and a cat called Leonardo, conjures the sights, sounds and flavours of Rome, transporting you to places only the locals know.

    I will take you on a sensuous journey in the company of my heroine, Amy, as she enters a world of cats and cat ladies at the famous cat sanctuary Largo Argentina. Romance and intrigue: the great escape from today’s grey world.

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    She moves along the ward, straightening a pillow, checking a water carafe is filled. She switches off the dim reading light above Mr Edwards’ bed, he has fallen asleep over his book. As she reaches the end of the room, she pauses, gazing along the rows of beds, alert for any sound but there is none except the tick of the large clock above her head. She returns to her table, picks up her pen and starts on her report.

    She loves this time, it never bothers her to be ‘on nights’: the dreaming ward, the green shaded lamp on the table, her pen moving smoothly across the paper. Now the bustle of he day is stilled there is time to collect her thoughts. There is such a contrast to day duty… Laura thinks as she writes: Warwick Ward, Bed 234, Mrs Evans. Nothing by mouth op 6 am…then it is all a flurry of temperature taking, doctors’ rounds, meal times and visiting hours.

    The night has its interruptions too, but usually at a different tempo. Someone cannot sleep and calls for help. She will go to the kitchen, make a cup of tea, and then sit by their bed until they finally drop off. Sometimes, of course, there are big dramas and then the hours of darkness heighten the fear: the jagged sound of the emergency bell, the doors of the ward flying open and the resuss team turning night into day.

                Laura writes: Warwick Ward, new arrivals Stella Dyson and Helen Wells Beds 253 and 242.

                Tonight is tranquil and she hopes it will remain uneventful. She glances across to the empty bed at the far end of the ward. Today young Hayley Randolph went home. She has been here so long it seems strange without her.  She remembers when the teenager was admitted, the deathly pale face, the closed eyes and the weeping mother. She remembers her conversation with Mr Anderson.

                ‘We’ll do our best but it doesn’t look good at all.’

                The days when she lay still and silent with the drip in her arm and Laura and Maggie turned her to prevent bedsores, wiped the marble brow, said her name softly. Then there was the morning when she opened her eyes and smiled and from then on the gradual improvement. Somehow, and against the odds, they had pulled Hayley back from the brink. It was times like these that reminded Laura why she had taken up nursing. There were tears in her eyes as she said goodbye and watched the youngster leave. 

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  5. Did you know there is a wonderful art gallery in Shoreham by Sea?  It might not be very large but it is packed full of beautiful pieces of art. There is something for every taste from jewellery to paintings,Shoreham Art Gallery exquisite bags and ceramics. It is well worth a visit to marvel at the huge amount of local talent there is.

  6. I am all set to welcome you on Saturday to show you my latest book and answer any questions about how I came to write it.

    At a time when many of us long to travel, my latest book conjures the sights, sounds and flavours of Rome, transporting you to places only the locals know.

                In If You Loved Me-A story of love, loss and a cat called Leonardo Amy comes to Rome to sell the apartment bequeathed to her mother by Marco Giordano. But a sense of connection causes her to change her plans and stay on. This decision will define her life as she falls in love with the ancient city and the enigmatic Davide. She enters a world of cats and eccentric cat ladies and long hidden family secrets as the tale of her mother’s youthful romance unfolds

    I will be on hand at the Shoreham Gallery Brunswick Road, Shoreham by Sea to launch my book. Saturday21 and Saturday 28 August 11am -2pm. Please do come and say hello. Check out my website www.jenniferpulling.co.uk

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