The Lost Mitten and the New Son-in-Law
I'd like to, but I can't.
She and her new husband (who made me cry so many times on their happy day it's just untrue - I never used to be such a soft sh*te! And I mean happy tears) pretty much organised everything themselves. I say 'pretty much' because I know my eldest daughter as maid of honour worked her socks off putting the hen party together, and I'm guessing the best man did the same for the stag do.
Anyway, the short version: amazing day. The hotel was stunning. The food was awesome. The music was brilliant. Most importantly, the bride, groom and their entire wedding party were utterly gorgeous. I'm hoping she won't mind me sharing this photo as it's online already...
The littluns weren't that serious all day. :)
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My daughter (pictured) read the story to my eldest grandson (on the right):
Daughter: Who's on the cover?
And, well, it's an awesome coincidence, but I think he's on to something!
The Lost Mitten is an illustrated classic-style children's story - suitable for children of all ages, and it's available in hardcover, paperback and ebook formats.
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I took part in a 'five things about your work-in-progress' tag thingy on Facebook and Twitter today, which might just have given me the basics for the blurb.
1. Josh and George at (almost) Christmastime
3. A castle
4. A cursed room
5. A murder mystery
I'll post about this again soon!
Thanks for reading,