I am delighted to be welcoming Thirteen Stops by Sandra Harris to my blog today, as part of her blog tour. Thirteen Stops is a book compiled of thirteen short stories that give you an insight to everyone’s lives who is on the tram. I have read a few reviews already and this seems to be a book you can pick up and absorb yourself with a selection of characters that are a bit like marmite and I can’t wait to get to it on my TBR pile.
Have a read of the blurb below and see what you think, is Laura about to make another terrible choice and what is Fauve actually hiding in her handbag? Currently just 99p on Kindle so grab yourself a copy and enjoying a book that brings out the ultimate people watcher in us all.
There are thirteen Luas stops between Sandyford and St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin and vice versa. The passengers all hunker down, folded tightly into themselves, eyes fixed on their phones, interminably scrolling, terrified of connecting with each other. Except . . . Except, who’s that good-looking guy in the long dark coat who’s eyeing up selfie queen Laura? Could he end up as one of her terrible choices? Hang on, isn’t he the same guy who was ogling glamorous working-mum-with-a-secret Maroon before? And why is Jamie over there telling his life story to a complete stranger? What’s Fauve hiding in her handbag? It must be the crown jewels or an unexploded bomb at the very least, the way she’s hugging it so tightly to herself. And why does Becks from two seats down look out the window so anxiously? Is she worried that Barry could be straying? Alight here for the inside track . . .
Available to purchase here
Meet the Author
Sandra Harris is a Dublin-based novelist, poet, short story writer and film and book blogger. She has studied Creative Writing and Vampirology. She has published a number of e-books on the following topics: horror film reviews, multi-genre film reviews, women’s fiction, erotic fiction, erotic horror fiction and erotic poetry. Several new books are currently in the pipeline.
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Daisy & Kel x