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Five Jolly Good Reasons to come to my book launch on Saturday

One
I pretty much guarantee that you’ll never to go a book launch inside a phone box ever again. You wouldn’t want to miss out on that, would you?

Lambley Book Exchange

Two
Cake. I could leave it there as that, in my book at least, is a good enough reason on it’s one. It’s not just that there’s my special Conditional Love cake, oh no! My mum has been baking for 24 hours non-stop and she’ll be disappointed if she has to take it back to Kings Heath with her. Oh and another thing about the cake – all money raised is going to support Emmanuel House, a homeless charity in Nottingham.

Conditional Love – the icing on the cake!

Three
The Mayor of Gedling is coming to cut the ribbon. I’ve bought a big fat ribbon to tie around the phonebox and I’ll be practising tying fancy bows tomorrow. I used to organise ribbon cutting ceremonies all the time but have never had one cut in my honour before. And doesn’t the Mayor look smart with all his fancy outfit on?

Councillor Bob Collis, Mayor of Gedling

Four
Thornton’s truffles. Yes almost as good as cake. One lucky visitor will win a box of special Thornton’s truffles. It’s a free prize draw, you don’t even have to buy a book!

Thornton’s truffles, same size as the book, a match made in heaven

Five
Our little village is beautiful and if you’ve never been, you’re in for a treat. Only five miles out of the city centre, it’s a little haven. If you’re visiting for the first time, there is plenty of parking in the Lambley pub car park or on the Main Street – as long as you leave room for the Mayor’s car!
Put NG4 4PP into your Sat Nav and look out for the bunting!

Cathy Bramley
By Cathy Bramley

Cathy is the author of the best-selling romantic comedies Ivy Lane, Appleby farm, Conditional Love, Wickham Hall and The Plumberry School of Comfort Food. She lives in a Nottinghamshire village with her family and Pearl, the Cockerpoo. Her recent career as a full-time writer of light-hearted romantic fiction has come as somewhat of a lovely surprise after spending eighteen years running her own marketing agency. However, she has always been an avid reader, hiding her book under the duvet and reading by torchlight. Luckily her husband has now bought her a Kindle with a light, so that’s the end of all that palaver.

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